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Bibliometric Analysis Tools for Research Portfolio Analysis and Management. Ann Kushmerick Manager, Research Evaluation and Bibliometric Data. May 3, 2013. Thomson Reuters. LARGEST PROVIDER OF INTELLIGENT INFORMATION
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May 3, 2013
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Public, Environmental, and Occupational Health is a growing field in these Asian countries, particularly China.
For these countries, relative citation impact in this field is close to the world average.
1.0 represents the
These Chinese institutions are producing the most research in this field.
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This paper ranks in the top 0.23% of all neuroscience reviews from 2000.
Compare a citation count to journal and category norms. This paper clearly outperforms the average.
Examples taken from Mt Sinai School of Medicine sample dataset
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Hof, PR received over 2 times the expected rate of citation in neuroscience, and on average his papers rank in the top 18% of neuroscience papers.
Mean percentile: on average, Hof’s papers rank in the top 20% of their respective fields
Journal actual/expected ratio: Hof gets cited 1.4 times the average for the journals he publishes in
H index: 65 papers have been cited at least 65 times each
Self citation analysis: 13% of Hof’s citations are self citations. H index without self citations is 58.
Medical ethics comprises a small portion of Mt Sinai’s total output, but the category normalized impact is over 2 times the expected rate.
Mt Sinai doesn’t collaborate often with McGill Univ, but the research has high impact in its field.
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The Innovative Medicines Initiative Joint Undertaking (IMI) is a public private partnership between the European Union and the European Federations of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA).
With a €2 billion euro budget, IMI supports collaborative research projects and builds networks of industrial and academic experts in Europe that will boost innovation in healthcare.
The first funding call to researchers was announced in 2008
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