Is together better? Examining scientific collaborations across multiple authors, institutions, and departments

« Collaborations are an integral part of scientific research and publishing. In the past, access to large-scale corpora has limited the ways in which questions about collaborations could be investigated. However, with improvements in data/metadata quality and access, it is possible to explore the idea of research collaboration in ways beyond the traditional definition of multiple authorship. In this paper, we examine scientific works through three different lenses of collaboration: across multiple authors, multiple institutions, and multiple departments. (…) »

source >, Lovenoor Aulck, Kishore Vasan, Jevin West, 11 septembre 2018, arXiv:1809.04093