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A Bibliometric Analysis of 100 Papers with the Highest Altmetrics Scores in 2016. Characterizing Papers that Obtain a Large Number of Online Mentions with their properties such as Journal, Discipline, Author Distribution etc. A Parallel Analysis Of The 100 Most Cited Papers In Web Of Science Along The Same Lines.


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  1. 1. Sumit K. Banshal1, Aparna Basu1, Vivek K. Singh2, Pranab K. Muhuri1 1South Asian University, New Delhi, India 2Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India
  2. 2.  Introduction  Why Altmetrics!  Altmetrics?  Citations vs. AltScore  Objectives  Data & Results  Final Remarks  Conclusion  Acknowledgement AROSIM'18 21/26/2018
  3. 3.  Alternative Metrics or ‘altmetrics’; Measure for Societal Impact of Articles  Earlier, Citations Considered as Main Impact Parameter for Articles  Journal Impact Factor is another Parameter Based on Citations  ‘Altmetrics’ Represents the General Attention to an Article from ‘social media’ AROSIM'18 31/26/2018
  4. 4.  The Emergence of ‘Social Media’ Creates a Way of Re- Thinking on Measuring Impacts  Popularity of Twitter, Academic Social Networks (e.g., ResearchGate, Mendeley, Academia etc.)  ‘Social Media’ makes it possible to Record or Store the Readership or Attention of People towards any topic; e.g. Scientific Article, Press note, Remarks by Famous people or Dignitaries. AROSIM'18 41/26/2018
  5. 5.  Modern Technologies or Approaches are Needed to Aggregate and Assess this New Form of Impact  Altmetrics is the Study and Generation of Scholarly Impact Measures Based on Activity in Online Tools and Environments  Specifically, Altmetrics is the Evolution from old-style Bibliometrics in the Direction of a New Field and Metrics in the 21st Century AROSIM'18 51/26/2018
  6. 6.  Whether Altmetrics or AltScore can Replace Citations or Journal Impact Factor?  Whether Altmetrics can Predict Highly Cited Articles?  These are the Mostly Discussed and Debated Research Topics for Measuring Impact of Scholarly Articles. AROSIM'18 61/26/2018
  7. 7.  A Bibliometric Analysis of 100 Papers with the Highest Altmetrics Scores in 2016  Characterizing Papers that Obtain a Large Number of Online Mentions with their properties such as: Journal, Discipline, Author Distribution etc.  A Parallel Analysis Of The 100 Most Cited Papers In Web Of Science Along The Same Lines AROSIM'18 71/26/2018
  8. 8.  Two Parallel Datasets  Altmetrics.com Data  Top 100 Papers Listed in 2016 (web address)  Ranking Based on Social Mentions, Shares, Comments etc.  Twitter, News, Facebook, Blogs are the major sources among many.  Web of Science Data  Top 100 Cited Papers of 2016  Data is Collected Around October, 2017 AROSIM'18 81/26/2018
  9. 9. Papers : Characterization of papers common to Both Sets  Only 12 Articles were found common to both Lists  7 of them were from Medical & Health Science Discipline  3 of Top 10 articles have Paid Access in this ListA  We found that Highly Cited Papers are generally more Technical, e.g., Cancer Research. AROSIM'18 91/26/2018
  10. 10. Subject Wise Distribution  In Both Lists the Major Subjects are Found to be Same* (*some categories not used in Web of Science)  Only in the Physical Sciences are there many more highly cited papers as compared to papers with high altmetric score. Subjects High Altmetric Score High Cited Papers Medical & Health Sciences 49 44 Biological Science 14 11 Studies in Human Society 12 27 Earth & Environmental Sciences 6 2 History & Archaeology 6 Physical Sciences 6 23 Research & Reproducibility 4 Materials Science 2 8 Information & Computer Sciences 1 2 Engineering Sciences 0 4 Total 100 121 AROSIM'18 101/26/2018
  11. 11. Top 10 Journals in each List Journal (Altmetrics.com) Alt_Score Paper Journal (Web of Science) Citation Papers Nature 39391 18 Ca-A Cancer Jnl For Clinicians 6021 3 JAMA 22921 7 New England Jnl Of Medicine 3406 10 Science 18806 9 Nucleic Acids Research 2816 7 New England Jnl of Medicine 17528 7 Science 2379 8 PNAS 13401 7 Nature 2261 7 Lancet 11311 5 Lancet 2153 6 JAMA Internal Medicine 9672 4 European Heart Journal 1816 5 British Medical Journal 8612 3 Physical Review Letters 1722 2 Current Biology 6226 3 JAMA 1700 4 Journals not common to both lists are highlighted in blue AROSIM'18 111/26/2018
  12. 12. Journals Common In Both Lists Journal Alt- Papers Alt_Score Avg Score per Paper WoS- Papers Citation Avg Citation per Paper Nature 18 39391 2188 7 2261 323 Science 9 18806 2090 8 2379 297 JAMA 7 22921 3274 4 1700 425 Physical Review Letters 1 4660 4660 2 1722 861 Science Advances 1 3020 3020 1 434 434 MMWR Recommendations & Reports 1 1967 1967 1 228 228 Cell Stem Cell 1 1956 1956 1 223 223 European Heart Journal 1 1785 1785 5 1816 363 Lancet Infectious Diseases 1 1708 1708 2 840 420 Cell Metabolism 1 1682 1682 1 223 223 Total 41 97896 2387.7 32 11826 370 Nature and Science have the highest no. of high cited and high Altmetric score papers in Top 100. Physical Review Letters has the highest avg cit/paper as well as alt score/paper (only 1 paper) JAMA and LANCET also had high cits/paper (> 400); JAMA also had a high alt score/paper (3274). AROSIM'18 121/26/2018
  13. 13. Citations across Countries based on Author Affiliation Countries/Territories TP Total Citations Citations Per Papers United States 64 29730 437.206 United Kingdom 29 11936 442.074 Germany 26 10109 404.36 France 22 10924 520.19 Canada 22 8530 406.19 Italy 19 7144 396.889 Australia 18 8334 490.235 Peoples R China 17 7728 483 Spain 16 6603 440.2 Switzerland 15 5468 420.615 For top 100 cited papers, USA, UK, France, Germany have > 10,000 citations per year. Only Asian country in the list is China. Highest citations per paper were obtained by France (520), Australia (490), China (483), UK (442), USA (437), Spain (440), Switzerland (421), Canada (406); Germany (404), all >400 cites/paper and only Italy with 397 cites/ paper. AROSIM'18 131/26/2018
  14. 14. Distribution of author affiliations in ALTMETRICS 2016 Country Tot Papers Score % Score Alt Score/Paper United States 75 174686 32.4 2329 United Kingdom 33 69721 12.9 2113 Germany 14 31816 5.9 2273 Australia 12 26955 5.0 2246 France 8 18967 3.5 2371 Canada 6 14627 2.7 2438 Italy 5 13479 2.5 2696 Belgium 5 13035 2.4 2607 Netherlands 5 12769 2.4 2554 Switzerland 6 12415 2.3 2069 The USA, UK and Germany had the largest no. of papers in the Top 100 list. They also had the highest Altmetrics scores (USA 32%, UK 12.9%, Germany 5.9%) Highest Altmetric Score/Paper: Italy (2696), Belgium (2607), Netherlands (2554), Canada (2438), France (2371), USA (2329), Germany (2273), Australia (2246) Note this is a size-independent indicator AROSIM'18 141/26/2018
  15. 15.  Already, altmetric Scores are far Exceeding Citation Scores – by a factor of 10. Total Citation Scores for Top 100 Papers in 2016 = 12,195 Total Altmetric Score for Top 100 Papers in 2016 = 2,25,848 The Top 100 Papers for altmetrics and for Citations are Vastly Different – (overlap of only 12 papers!!) Evidently, Peoples’ Perception Quite Different from Researchers who Cite Papers. Among Countries who Fared Well on Both Scores are USA, UK, Germany, Canada etc. Interestingly, Italy was the Last Among the top 10 Countries in Terms of Cits/Paper - but the First Among the Countries by alt Score/Paper. AROSIM'18 151/26/2018
  16. 16.  Clearly, the Content of Highly Cited Papers is Quite Distinct From Papers that Get a High Altmetric Score.  It Seems Only a Remote Possibility That the Altmetric Score Can Replace Citation Score Any Time Soon.  The Nature of the Literatures Cited in Journals is Different From Those That are Discussed in Social Media.  At the Same Time, It is a Great Boon that Altmetrics Offers us the Opportunity of Tracking Public Opinion With Respect to Scientific Litearature.  Of Course, a Limitation of Citation is the Time-delay Inherent in the Process, Which Probably Makes the Comparison Undertaken Here Not Entirely Justified. AROSIM'18 161/26/2018
  17. 17.  This Study is Supported by SAU PhD Grants  Aparna Basu acknowledges a grant from AROSIM that enabled her to attend this workshop. Thank you very much!! AROSIM'18 171/26/2018
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