Back to index

 

 

Citation metrics for Lutz Bornmann

 

Bornmann, L. (2017). Is collaboration among scientists related to the citation impact of papers because their quality increases with collaboration? An analysis based on data from F1000Prime and normalized citation scores. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology, 68(4), 1036-1047. <paper> <preprint>

 

Bornmann, L. & Glšnzel, W. (2017). Applying the CSS method to bibliometric indicators used in (university) rankings. Scientometrics, 110(2), 937-943. <paper>

 

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2017). An Empirical Look at the Nature Index. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology, 68(3), 653-659. <preprint> <paper>

 

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2017). Does evaluative scientometrics lose its main focus on scientific quality by the new orientation towards societal impact? Scientometrics, 110(2), 937-943. <paper>

 

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2017). Relative Citation Ratio (RCR): An empirical attempt to study a new field-normalized bibliometric indicator. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology, 68(4), 1064-1067 <preprint> <paper>

 

Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2017). Skewness of citation impact data and covariates of citation distributions: A large-scale empirical analysis based on Web of Science data. Journal of Informetrics, 11(1), 164-175. <preprint> <paper>

 

Haunschild, R. & Bornmann, L. (2017). How many scientific papers are mentioned in policy-related documents? An empirical investigation using Web of Science and altmetric data? Scientometrics 110(3), 1209-1216. <preprint> <paper>

 

Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L., & Wagner, C. S. (2017). Generating Clustered Journal Maps: An Automated System for Hierarchical Classification. Scientometrics, 110(3), 1601-1614. <preprint> <paper>

 

Marx, W., Haunschild, R., & Bornmann, L. (2017). Climate change and viticulture - The evolution of a highly dynamic research field in view of a bibliometric perspective. VITIS - Journal of Grapevine Research, 56(1), 35-43. <paper>

 

Marx, W., Haunschild, R., & Bornmann, L. (2017). Which early works are cited most frequently in climate change research literature? A bibliometric approach based on Reference Publication Year Spectroscopy. Scientometrics, 110(1), 335-353. <preprint> <paper>

 

Minx, J., Lamb, W., Callaghan, M., Bornmann, & L., Fuss, S. (2017). Fast growing research on negative emissions. Environmental Research Letters, 12(3), 035007. <paper>