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Workshop sponsored by ASIS&T SIG/MET
ASIS&T 2020 Annual Meeting

  • Part I: Thursday, October 22, 2020, 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. EDT
  • Part II: Friday, October 23, 2020, 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. EDT

Day 1

8:00-8:10 Opening Remarks
8:10-9:50 Paper Session I
8:10-8:30 Enhancement of knowledge retrieval in cancer context: Network analysis of semantic tagging in Twitter
Elaheh Hosseini, Amir Ghaebi
8:30-8:50 The open access usage advantage: A temporal and spatial analysis
Guangyao Zhang, Xianwen Wang
8:50-9:10 Do news articles disproportionately report national scientific output
Houqiang Yu, Xueting Cao
9:10-9:30 The effect of press releases on promoted articles' citations and altmetrics
Steffen Lemke
9:30-9:50 Measuring disagreement in science
Dakota Murray, Wout Lamers, Nees jan van Eck, Kevin Boyack, Ludo Waltman, Vincent Lariviére, Cassidy R. Sugimoto
9:50-10:20 Poster Session (*BR=Breakout Room)
BR #493 Mapping of research output in the *Indian Veterinary Journal* through Google Scholar
Kutty Kumar
BR #495 Same data may bring conflict results: A caution to use the disruptive index
Guoqiang Liang, Yi Jiang, Haiyan Hou
BR #500 Does scientific misconduct retractions take more time than other retractions?
Lingzi Feng, Junpeng Yuan
BR #504 Quantifying significant study in scientific development by Anna Karenina Principle
Zhen Cai, Wen Lou
BR #508 Retracted papers with incorrect document type indexing in PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Science
Randi Ellen Proescholdt, Jodi Schneider
BR #516 Non-cumulative measures of author citation impact
Mark C. Wilson, Tang Zhou
BR #518 Do altmetric mentions follow power laws? Evidence from altmetric data for five social media platforms
Sumit Kumar Banshal, Vivek Kumar Singh
BR #520 The need for larger observation period and article-level measurements for computing half-life of altmetric mentions
Mousumi Karmakar, Sumit Kumar Banshal, Vivek Kumar Singh
BR #522 ICSR Lab: Where scientometrics meets big data
Kristy James
BR #523 Revisiting nanotechnology development in Turkey: A collaborative perspective
Hamid Darvish
BR #524 Classification model of papers in predefined scientific fields: An application to Brazilian physics
Gerson Pech, Catarina Delgado, Silvio Paolo Sorella
BR #525 Can you identify a research lineage? A work in progress on citation significance detection
Tirthankar Ghosal
BR #532 Understand research trends in the environmental life cycle assessment (LCA) field with bibliometrics analysis
Xiaoju Chen
10:20-12:00 Paper Session II
10:20-10:40 Global impact vs. local interests: Why China asks scholars publishing papers on homeland?
Fei Shu
10:40-11:00 Open Access (OA) article processing charges and author demographics: a large-scale study of OA authorship patterns in the United States
Anthony J. Olejniczak, Molly J. Wilson
11:00-11:20 Altmetrics for national and global security
Race MoChridhe
11:20-11:40 Assessment of scholarly books: Academic publishing through the ISBN lens
Eleonora Dagiene
11:40-12:00 Does the venue where a paper was published really matter?
Yupo Shao, Zhenyue Zhao, Jiang Li

Day 2

8:00-10:00 Paper Session III
8:00-8:20 Mapping the Canadian library and information science research landscape
Marc-André Simard, Cora-Lynn Munroe-Lynds, Ratna Dhaliwal, Mohammed Azka Gowda, Vinson Li, Yifan Liu, Emily McClean, Mongeon Philippe
8:20-8:40 What inscriptions are used in digital humanities research? An exploratory classification scheme of research inscriptions in digital humanities journal publications
Rongqian Ma, Kai Li
8:40-9:00 Was the peer review helpful? Automatically judging quality of peer reviews
Tirthankar Ghosal
9:00-9:20 An investigation on data sharing and reuse for various diseases by Data Citation Index
Yongmei Bai
9:20-9:40 Peer-review delay and its relation to author-editor homophily
Gita Ghiasi, Tahereh Dehdarirad, Maxime Sainte-Marie, Vincent Larivière
9:40-10:00 Publishing and reviewing influence each other positively
Chunli Wei, Jiang Li
10:00-10:10 Break
10:10-11:50 Paper Session IV
10:10-10:30 The replacement rate of academic science is consistent over time because younger scientists are not retained
Clara Boothby, Staša Milojević, Vincent Larivière, Cassidy Sugimoto
10:30-10:50 Papers with fewer references receive more positive peer-review comments
Shuo Liu, Yupo Shao, Jue Ni, Wanlin Li, Jiang Li
10:50-11:10 Measuring disciplinary stance in abstracts and full texts
Bradford Demarest
11:10-11:30 Domain-knowledge-based classification of biodiversity conservation actions based on project reports
Kanyao Han, Rezvaneh Rezapour, Katia Nakamura, Dikshya Devkota, Daniel Charles Miller, Jana Diesner
11:30-11:50 On the relationship between journal fit and citations
Philippe Mongeon, Maxime Sainte-Marie, Marc-André Simard, Philippe Vincent-Lamarre
11:50-12:00 Closing Remarks


Altmetric and Dimensions are sponsoring our $1000 Best Paper Award. Thanks to Altmetric and Dimensions for supporting this year’s virtual workshop!