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A comparison of sources of links for academic Web impact factor calculations
Journal of Documentation
There has been much recent interest in extracting information from collections of web links. One tool that has been used is Ingwersen's Web Impact Factor. It has been demonstrated that several versions of this metric can produce results that correlate with research ratings of British universities showing that, despite being a measure of a purely Internet phenomenon, the results are susceptible to a wider interpretation. This paper addresses the question of which is the best possible domain todoi:10.1108/00220410210425412 fatcat:4xlz5ubmyfa77gtnk5xnnca54u