UKSG 2014 Breakout Session - The development of bibliometric and citation analysis services

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UKSG 2014 Breakout Session - The development of bibliometric and citation analysis services

  1. 1. The development of bibliometric and citation analysis services UKSG 37th Annual Conference – 14-16 April 2014 Stephen Pearson (Research Information Analyst) & Scott Taylor (Research Services Librarian)
  2. 2. Which of the following best describes your experience of bibliometrics? A. I’ve carried out a citation analysis as part of my work or my studies B. I’ve used a database (e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Google Scholar) to answer a question about citations C. I’m aware of citation databases, but I’ve never used them D. None of the above A. B. C. D. 0% 0%0%0%
  3. 3. Outline of the session Introduction Consultancy services to University leadership Reports for Faculties and Schools Training
  4. 4. Outline of the session Introduction Consultancy services to University leadership Reports for Faculties and Schools Training
  5. 5. ‘The Manchester Model’ • Academic Engagement • Research Services • Teaching and Learning Services Service Teams (2012 onwards) • Arts • Business and Management • Engineering and Physical Sciences • Life Sciences • Medical and Human Sciences • Social Sciences Subject Teams (up to 2012)
  6. 6. Some of the drivers for the restructure
  7. 7. Where we are Research Services Bibliometrics and Citation Analysis Business Data Service Institutional Repository Research Data Management Research Resource Management and Development Scholarly Communication and Open Access
  8. 8. Who we are Citation Services Team Research Information Analyst Research Services Librarian
  9. 9. Outline of the session Introduction Consultancy services to University leadership Reports for Faculties and Schools Training
  10. 10. Size of user base University leaders and research leaders Research support staff Research staff
  11. 11. Size of user base University leaders and research leaders Research support staff Research staff
  12. 12. Which article do you think is doing ‘best’ in terms of citations received? A. An article in the field of Cancer Research published in 1996, which has so far received 64 citations B. An article in the field of Communication Studies published in 2001, which has so far received 16 citations C. An article in the field of Classics and Ancient History published in 2006, which has so far received 4 citations A. B. C. 0% 0%0%
  13. 13. Cancer Research •64 citations for hypothetical 1996 article •14,903 articles published in 1996 •Top 10% (1,491) articles cited >= 83 times Communication Studies •16 citations for hypothetical 2001 article •1,507 articles published in 2001 •Top 10% (151) articles cited >= 32 times Classics and Ancient History •4 citations for hypothetical 2006 article •995 articles published in 2006 •Top 10% (100) articles cited >= 3 times
  14. 14. Setting a target Manchester highly cited papers: 22% Manchester target for highly cited papers: ??? Oxford highly cited papers: 29% Harvard highly cited papers: 36%
  15. 15. Authors Title Year Journal title Cited by Subject Article in 1%? Article in 5%? Article in 10%? Nock M.K. Self-Injury 2010 Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 75 Wolfer A., Ramaswamy S. MYC and metastasis 2011 Cancer Research 27 Valiant L.G. Evolvability 2009 Journal of the ACM 12 Shleifer A., Vishny R.W. Unstable banking 2010 Journal of Financial Economics 43 Carey S. Beyond fast mapping 2010 Language Learning and Development 12 Bates R.H. State failure 2008 Annual Review of Political Science 14 Narayana S., Sato Y. DC magnetic cloak 2012 Advanced Materials 13 De Leon N.P., Lukin M.D., Park H. Quantum plasmonic circuits 2012 IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Quantum 5
  16. 16. Authors Title Year Journal title Cited by Subject Article in 1%? Article in 5%? Article in 10%? Nock M.K. Self-Injury 2010 Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 75 Psychiatry and Mental Health Yes Wolfer A., Ramaswamy S. MYC and metastasis 2011 Cancer Research 27 Cancer Research Yes Valiant L.G. Evolvability 2009 Journal of the ACM 12 Artificial Intelligence Yes Shleifer A., Vishny R.W. Unstable banking 2010 Journal of Financial Economics 43 Accounting Yes Carey S. Beyond fast mapping 2010 Language Learning and Development 12 Education Yes Bates R.H. State failure 2008 Annual Review of Political Science 14 Sociology and Political Science Yes Narayana S., Sato Y. DC magnetic cloak 2012 Advanced Materials 13 Materials Science Yes De Leon N.P., Lukin M.D., Park H. Quantum plasmonic circuits 2012 IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Quantum 5 Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics Yes
  17. 17. Climbing the league table
  18. 18. Informing collaboration
  19. 19. Articles in Medicine by Manchester academics receive on average just over twice as many citations as the world average. What do you think is the equivalent figure for articles in Medicine co-authored by Manchester academics with Harvard academics? A. 4-5 times as many citations as the world average B. 8-9 times as many citations as the world average C. 16-17 times as many citations as the world average A. B. C. 0% 0%0%
  20. 20. The big picture
  21. 21. Shared research strengths
  22. 22. Exciting possibilities
  23. 23. Outline of the session Introduction Consultancy services to University leadership Reports for Faculties and Schools Training
  24. 24. Size of user base University leaders and research leaders Research support staff Research staff
  25. 25. Size of user base University leaders and research leaders Research support staff Research staff
  26. 26. Standard reporting
  27. 27. Standard reporting
  28. 28. Standard reporting Demo
  29. 29. Standard reporting Script automation (Python) Ready-made clusters Citation centile thresholds
  30. 30. Outline of the session Introduction Consultancy services to University leadership Reports for Faculties and Schools Training
  31. 31. Citation training
  32. 32. Training
  33. 33. Thank you! Questions?
  34. 34. Image credits •Slide 13: Cancer image: Ed Uthman (CC-BY) •Slide 13: Communication image: Yutaka Tsutano (CC-BY) •Slide 13: Classics image: P.J. Hault (CC-BY) •Slides 14 and 19: University of Manchester image: ‘raver_mikey’ (CC-BY) •Slide 14: Archery target image: Alberto Barbati (CC-BY-SA) •Slide 14: University of Oxford image: Jimmy Harris (CC-BY) •Slides 14 and 19: Harvard University image: Kellly DeLay (CC-BY) •Slide 17: Shanghai Jiao Tong University image: Qi Lin (Christopher) (CC-BY) •Slide 24: Sweets image: Darren Johnson (CC-BY)

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