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Bilateral Co-authorship Indicators Based on Fractional Counting

Ronald Rousseau, Lin Zhang
2020 Journal of Data and Information Science  
AbstractPurposeIn this contribution we provide two new co-authorship indicators based on fractional counting.Design/methodology/approachBased on the idea of fractional counting we reflect on what should  ...  Dividing this new indicator by the classical co-authorship indicator based on full counting, leads to a co-authorship intensity indicator.FindingsWe show that the indicators we propose have many necessary  ...  Bilateral Co-authorship Indicators Based on Fractional Counting Bilateral Co-authorship Indicators Based on Fractional Counting  ... 
doi:10.2478/jdis-2021-0005 fatcat:lbu6v4tzpna65onq44fymtitce

A guide to the Nature Index

2017 Nature  
The Nature Index provides absolute and fractional counts of publication productivity at the institutional and national level and, as such, is one indicator of global high-quality research output.  ...  share of authorship on each article.  ...  (AC), fractional count (FC) or weighted fractional count (WFC).  ... 
doi:10.1038/d41586-017-07468-2 pmid:29219980 fatcat:5zkh4daf3zao3opqhja55he5tq

The Normalization of Co-authorship Networks in the Bibliometric Evaluation: The Government Stimulation Programs of China and Korea [article]

Han Woo Park, Jungwon Yoon, Loet Leydesdorff
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We first conduct a semi-automatic network analysis of Sino-Korean publications based on the full-integer counting method, and then compare our categorization with contextual rankings using the fractional  ...  Using co-authored publications between China and Korea in Web of Science (WoS) during the one-year period of 2014, we evaluate the government stimulation program for collaboration between China and Korea  ...  China is the most central country, followed by Korea in the network based on fractional counting (Figure 3).  ... 
arXiv:1605.03593v1 fatcat:p4hnpkmtkngt3c3gqaim4xcot4

Modelling and measuring multilateral co-authorship in international scientific collaboration. Part I. Development of a new model using a series expansion approach

C. De Lange, W. Glänzel
1997 Scientometrics  
A new indicator, the Multilateral Collaboration Index (p ) is introduced and analysed as a function of the share of internationally co-authored papers (ƒ), Based on ƒ a series expansion approach is applied  ...  The present study attempts to develop a model to measure and analyse the extent of multilateral international co-authorship links.  ...  Though Nederhof and Moed have developed this method to estimate fractionation based on on-line retrieved shares on internationally co authored papers, and although they have also conducted error calculations  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02459303 fatcat:6la2jxqg7zhjnjw6j2f3kkgqf4

A guide to the Nature Index

2018 Nature  
These include article count, fractional count, adjusted fractional count and bilateral collaboration score. The simplest is the article count (AC).  ...  of authorship on each article.  ... 
doi:10.1038/d41586-018-07212-4 fatcat:vjttzsethzhs3i2xrypjvryfra

Interpreting CNCIs on a country-scale: The effect of domestic and international collaboration type

Ross W.K. Potter, Martin Szomszor, Jonathan Adams
2020 Journal of Informetrics  
., domestic single institution and international bilateral) and credit counting methods (full and fractional).  ...  This can account for collaboration effects without presuming credit (as fractional counting does).  ...  Interpreting CNCIs on a country-scale: The effect of domestic and international collaboration type. Journal of Informetrics (xxxx),  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joi.2020.101075 fatcat:krood2gejrhx7mvapq2gk2ihty

An empirical review of the different variants of the Probabilistic Affinity Index as applied to scientific collaboration [article]

Zaida Chinchilla-Rodríguez, Yi Bu, Nicolás Robinson-García, Cassidy R. Sugimoto
2020 arXiv   pre-print
However, sometimes it is difficult to conduct or replicate studies based on indicators due to the lack of transparency in conceptualization and operationalization.  ...  As with any indicator, the selection of a particular variant is dependent on the research question.  ...  In cases in which researchers use small datasets, full and fractional counting do not make fundamental differences when a co-authorship network is constructed.  ... 
arXiv:2008.12007v1 fatcat:t3wiq4iyzvaazodnqruxafzlsy

The European Union, China, and the United States in the top-1% and top-10% layers of most-frequently cited publications: Competition and collaborations

Loet Leydesdorff, Caroline S. Wagner, Lutz Bornmann
2014 Journal of Informetrics  
Network analysis shows that China was embedded in this top-layer of internationally co-authored publications. These publications often involve more than a single European nation.  ...  Methods and materials We used integer counting to allocate publications to a country whenever this country's name is present in the publication's address lines. 2 Integer counting allows us to assume that  ...  ceteris paribus, 10% of a nation's internationally co-authored Acknowledgement The data used in this paper is from a bibliometrics database developed and maintained by the Max Planck Digital Library  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joi.2014.05.002 fatcat:fmo47alti5andixzu6pzosndym

The European Union, China, and the United States in the Top-1 Top-10 Collaborations [article]

Loet Leydesdorff, Caroline S. Wagner, Lutz Bornmann
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Network analysis shows that internationally co-authored top-1% publications perform far above expectation and also above top-10% ones.  ...  In 2005, China was embedded in this top-layer of internationally co-authored publications. These publications often involve more than a single European nation.  ...  In the case of fractional counting, each country receives a fractional count based upon the number of country names in the address lines (e.g., Anderson et al., 1988; Braun et al., 1989; cf.  ... 
arXiv:1404.0462v2 fatcat:dreigxslrfcppidpbhusd6o3lm

Gender influences in Digital Humanities co-authorship networks

Jin Gao, Julianne Nyhan, Oliver Duke-Williams, Simon Mahony
2022 Journal of Documentation  
influence of gender in the networks they form.Design/methodology/approachThis study applied co-authorship network analysis.  ...  network study in Digital Humanities to examine the role that gender appears to play in these co-authorship networks using statistical analysis and visualisation.  ...  Co-authorship based indicators are noted in many bibliometric studies to be but one index of collaboration (Ponds, 2009; Gazni et al., 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-11-2021-0221 fatcat:5ub36hjibbgntphzssxniedz2u

Longitudinal trends in networks of university–industry–government relations in South Korea: The role of programmatic incentives

Han Woo Park, Loet Leydesdorff
2010 Research Policy  
The collaboration patterns, as measured by co-authorship relations in the SCI noticeably increased, with some variation, from the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s.  ...  on their international publication numbers rather than on the level of cooperation among academic, private, and public domains.  ...  In evaluations, the contribution of individual researchers in multi-authored papers is often divided by the total number of authors ("fractional counting").  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2010.02.009 fatcat:wzqpbmbvxrhd3cjdpy7eacujxa

Bilateral hydronephrosis due to obstructive ureteral stone associated with norovirus gastroenteritis

Fumihiro Ochi, Kenji Furuno, Pin Fee Chong, Junichiro Tezuka, Yumi Mizuno, Tomonobu Aoki, Eiichi Ishii
2017 Clinical Case Reports  
On admission, bilateral costovertebral angle and lower abdominal tenderness were observed.  ...  (D, E) Abdominal ultrasound revealing dilated bilateral pelvises and calculi in the left ureter on admission. Arrows show some fine high echoic lesions in bilateral pelvises.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ccr3.952 pmid:28588843 pmcid:PMC5458008 fatcat:lcvikhyebrhqbaudrd3pbjpkfu

Iran's scientific dominance and the emergence of South-East Asian countries as scientific collaborators in the Persian Gulf Region [article]

Henk F. Moed
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Haass on political changes in the Middle East have come true in the Gulf States' national scientific research systems, to the extent that Iran has become in 2015 by far the leading country in the Persian  ...  Font size indicates the number of co-authorship links, by grouping countries into quartiles on the basis of the number of copublications in any year.  ...  Co-authorship links between Persian Gulf States and countries outside the region are typically one order of magnitude stronger than those among Gulf States.  ... 
arXiv:1602.04701v2 fatcat:empm3ksivbgdznfq4vo6gypepm

Interpreting Bibliometric Data

Martin Szomszor, Jonathan Adams, Ryan Fry, Chris Gebert, David A. Pendlebury, Ross W. K. Potter, Gordon Rogers
2021 Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics  
Bibliometric indicators are rarely the only evidence put before any user group.  ...  In the present state of knowledge, it is more important to consider how quantitative evaluation can be made simple, transparent, and readily understood than it is to focus unduly on precision, accuracy  ...  They proposed a family of indicators for modified fractional counting (MFC) based on the root of the fractional authorship, which they argue eliminates extreme differences in contributions over time that  ... 
doi:10.3389/frma.2020.628703 pmid:33870066 pmcid:PMC8025976 fatcat:vrox6vlknffp7avuo5zrzhm7bu

Information flow within the West African innovation systems

Eustache Mêgnigbêto
2014 Triple Helix  
In this paper, however, we focus on research collaboration understood as co-authorship.  ...  Research collaboration understood as co-authorship entails the tacit transfer of information and knowledge (Olmeda-Gómez et al. 2008) ; it has become an indicator for scientific collaboration measuring  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40604-014-0005-y fatcat:yhrmfdf2gnethkxvaebyw22vtm
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