SIGMET Workshop

Workshop on Informetric and Scientometric Research (SIG/MET)

Workshop sponsored by ASIS&T SIG/MET
ASIS&T 2018 Annual Meeting
Saturday, November 10, 2018
9:00am–5:00pm at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, Canada

9:00 – 9:15 Opening remarks
9:15 – 10:30 Presentations
Katherine McCain Exploring research trajectories and research influence in model organism research using White’s CAMEO framework: The world of the Spreading Earthmoss
Judit Bar-Ilan and Gali Halevi Academic Books: Are They Cited?
Shubhanshu Mishra, Brent D Fegley, Jana Diesner and Vetle I Torvik Expertise as an aspect of author contributions
10:30 – 10:45 Coffee Break
10:45 – 12:00 Presentations
Masaki Eto Strength of Co-citation Linkages Observed in Paragraphs with Many References
Maxime Sainte-Marie, Philippe Mongeon and Vincent Larivière Do you Cite What I Mean? Assessing the Semantic Scope of Citations
Bradford Demarest Drawing Into Focus: Methodological Enhancements for Discourse Epistemetrics
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break / Poster session

Timothy D Bowman and Rodrigo Costas:
“Do authors get mentioned in Twitter? Investigating the mentioning behavior of Twitter users who share research objects”

Tiantian Tong, Chengzhi Zhang and Lin Zhang:
“Using WoS Keywords to Analyze Topic of Articles Collection with Different Interdisciplinary Degree” presentation

Shutian Ma and Chengzhi Zhang:
“Full-text Academic Articles and Wikipedia to Find Alternative Free Bioinformatics Software” presentation

Yongtao Lin and Edward Little:
“Defining and Evaluating Success in Open Science: Metrics Experimentation on Five National Geological Surveys via Web of Science and Altmetric”

Adam Craig and Carl Taswell:
“The FAIR Metrics of Adherence to Citation Best Practices” presentation

Jeff Dougherty and Marisa Ruccolo:
“Revealing the Impact of Researcher and Institutional Collaborations Through Normalized Indicators” presentation

13:00 – 13:30 Keynote
B. Ian Hutchins, NIH:
“Diverse metrics for evaluating the impact of NIH-funded research”
13:30 – 14:45 Presentations
Johanna M. Askeridis An h index for Mendeley. Comparison of citation-based h indices and a readership-based hmen index for 29 authors
Shenmeng Xu, Xianwen Wang, Zhichao Fang and Bradley Hemminger Tracking Digital Footprints to Academic Articles: An Investigation of Publication Referral Data
Fereshteh Didegah, Juan Pablo Alperin and Stefanie Haustein Are Lay Summaries Useful for the Diffusion of Research on Social Platforms?
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee break / Poster session
15:15 – 16:30 Presentations
Gerald Marschke, Allison Nunez, Bruce Weinberg and Huifeng Yu New Metrics for Quantifying Underrepresentation in Biomedicine and its Trends
Gita Ghiasi and Vincent Larivière On the Gendered Examination of Patents
Mikko Packalen Edge Factors: Scientific Frontier Rankings of Nations
16:30 – 17:00 Open discussions
Closing remarks


Thanks to our sponsors Altmetric.comDimensionsElsevier and Frontiers for supporting this year’s workshop! and Dimensions are sponsoring our Best Paper Award, Elsevier is sponsoring the Best Student Paper Award.

After the workshop, you are invited to submit your work to Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics, a peer reviewed open access journal. Presenters who indicate their plan to submit to the journal within three month of the workshop date and submit within six month will be offered a 50% discount sponsored by Frontiers.

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