Table of contents for Measuring scholarly impact : methods and practice / Ying Ding.
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Community detection and visualization of networks with the map equation framework.- Link Prediction.- Network analysis and indicators.- PageRank-related methods for analyzing citation networks.- Systems Life Cycle and its relation with the Triple Helix.- Spatial scientometrics and scholarly impact: A review of recent studies, tools and methods.- Researchers’ publication patterns and their use for author disambiguation.- Knowledge integration and diffusion: Measures and mapping of diversity and coherence.- Limited dependent variables models and probabilistic prediction in informetrics.- Text mining with the Stanford CoreNLP.- Topic modeling: Measuring scholarly impact using a topical lens.- The substantive and practical significance of citation impact differences between institutions: Guidelines for the analysis of percentiles using effect sizes and confidence intervals.- Visualizing bibliometric networks.- Replicable science of science studies.
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