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Web of Science use in published research and review papers 1997–2017: a selective, dynamic, cross-domain, content-based analysis

Clarivate Analytics’s Web of Science (WoS) is the world’s leading scientific citation search and analytical information platform. It is used as both a research tool supporting a broad array of scientific tasks across diverse knowledge domains as well as a dataset for large-scale data-intensive studies. WoS has been used in thousands of published academic studies over the past 20...

Understanding disciplinary vocabularies using a full-text enabled domain-independent term extraction approach

assignment table. (DOCX) S1 File. Term extraction algorithm. (RAR) Author Contributions Conceptualization: Erjia Yan. Funding acquisition: Erjia Yan. Investigation: Erjia Yan. Formal analysis: Erjia Yan ... , Jake Williams, Zheng Chen. Methodology: Erjia Yan, Jake Williams, Zheng Chen. Project administration: Erjia Yan. Software: Zheng Chen. Visualization: Erjia Yan, Jake Williams. Writing ± original

Identifying Liver Cancer and Its Relations with Diseases, Drugs, and Genes: A Literature-Based Approach

In biomedicine, scientific literature is a valuable source for knowledge discovery. Mining knowledge from textual data has become an ever important task as the volume of scientific literature is growing unprecedentedly. In this paper, we propose a framework for examining a certain disease based on existing information provided by scientific literature. Disease-related entities...

Entitymetrics: Measuring the Impact of Entities

This paper proposes entitymetrics to measure the impact of knowledge units. Entitymetrics highlight the importance of entities embedded in scientific literature for further knowledge discovery. In this paper, we use Metformin, a drug for diabetes, as an example to form an entity-entity citation network based on literature related to Metformin. We then calculate the network...

A recursive field-normalized bibliometric performance indicator: an application to the field of library and information science

Two commonly used ideas in the development of citation-based research performance indicators are the idea of normalizing citation counts based on a field classification scheme and the idea of recursive citation weighing (like in PageRank-inspired indicators). We combine these two ideas in a single indicator, referred to as the recursive mean normalized citation score indicator...