Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, Scopus, Dimensions, Web of Science, and OpenCitations’ COCI: a multidisciplinary comparison of coverage via citations

« New sources of citation data have recently become available, such as Microsoft Academic, Dimensions, and the OpenCitations Index of CrossRef … Continuer la lecture de « Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, Scopus, Dimensions, Web of Science, and OpenCitations’ COCI: a multidisciplinary comparison of coverage via citations »

Source > link.springer.com, Alberto Martín‑Martín, Mike Thelwall, Enrique Orduna-Malea, Emilio Delgado López-Cózar, 21 septembre 2020, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11192-020-03690-4,

Creating Restful APIs over SPARQL endpoints with RAMOSE

« Semantic Web technologies are widely used for storing RDF data and making them available on the Web through SPARQL endpoints, … Continuer la lecture de « Creating Restful APIs over SPARQL endpoints with RAMOSE »

Source > arxiv.org, Marilena Daquino, Ivan Heibi, Silvio Peroni, David Shotton, 31 juillet 2020, arXiv:2007.16079v1

The OpenCitations Data Model

« A variety of schemas and ontologies are currently used for the machine-readable description of bibliographic entities and citations. This diversity, … Continuer la lecture de « The OpenCitations Data Model »

Source > arxiv.org, Marilena Daquino, Silvio Peroni, David Shotton, Giovanni Colavizza, Behnam Ghavimi et.al, 25 mai 2020, arXiv:2005.11981v1

More than 624 million citations now available on COCI

« (…) We are now proud to announce the third release of COCI, which contains more than 624 million DOI-to-DOI citation … Continuer la lecture de « More than 624 million citations now available on COCI »

Source > opencitations.wordpress.com, Silvio Peroni, 21 janvier 2020

The NIH Open Citation Collection: A public access, broad coverage resource

« Citation data have remained hidden behind proprietary, restrictive licensing agreements, which raises barriers to entry for analysts wishing to use … Continuer la lecture de « The NIH Open Citation Collection: A public access, broad coverage resource »

Source > journals.plos.org, B. Ian Hutchins, Kirk L. Baker, Matthew T. Davis, Mario A. Diwersy, Ehsanul Haque, 10 octobre 2019, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000385

Software review: COCI, the OpenCitations Index of Crossref open DOI-to-DOI citations

« In this paper, we present COCI, the OpenCitations Index of Crossref open DOI-to-DOI citations (http://opencitations.net/index/coci). COCI is the first open … Continuer la lecture de « Software review: COCI, the OpenCitations Index of Crossref open DOI-to-DOI citations »

Source > link.springer.com, Heibi, I., Peroni, S. & Shotton D., 14 septembre 2019, Scientometrics (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11192-019-03217-6

Comparison of bibliographic data sources: Implications for the robustness of university rankings

« Universities are increasingly evaluated, both internally and externally on the basis of their outputs. Often these are converted to simple, … Continuer la lecture de « Comparison of bibliographic data sources: Implications for the robustness of university rankings »

Source > biorxiv.org, Chun-Kai (Karl) Huang, Cameron Neylon, Chloe Brookes-Kenworthy, Richard Hosking, Lucy Montgomery, Katie Wilson, Alkim Ozaygen, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/750075

Matilda: Building a bibliographic/metric tool for open citations and open science

« Although bibliometrics and library science are older, bibliometric tools were really born about 50 years ago and were only made … Continuer la lecture de « Matilda: Building a bibliographic/metric tool for open citations and open science »

Source > hal.archives-ouvertes.fr, Didier Torny, Laurent Capelli, Lydie Danjean, Stéphane Pouyllau, ELPUB 2019 23rd edition of the International Conference on Electronic Publishing, Jun 2019, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-02141839⟩

Using open citation data to identify new research opportunities

« This year’s Annual Forum for the LIS-BIBLIOMETRICS mailing list took place at the British Library Knowledge Centre on 29 January … Continuer la lecture de « Using open citation data to identify new research opportunities »

Source > blog.research-plus.library.manchester.ac.uk, Stephen Pearson, 4 mars 2019

Crowdsourcing open citations with CROCI An analysis of the current status of open citations, and a proposal

« (…) In this paper, we analyse the current availability of open citations data in one particular dataset, namely COCI (the … Continuer la lecture de « Crowdsourcing open citations with CROCI An analysis of the current status of open citations, and a proposal »

Source > opencitations.wordpress.com, Silvio Peroni, 7 février 2019

New release of COCI: 450M DOI-to-DOI citation links now available

« As introduced in a previous blog post, COCI is the OpenCitations Index of Crossref open DOI-to-DOI references, all released as … Continuer la lecture de « New release of COCI: 450M DOI-to-DOI citation links now available »

Source > opencitations.wordpress.com, Silvio Peroni, 19 novembre 2018

Citations ouvertes : 100 millions de DOI créés par Crossref dont 200 000 en provenance d’OpenEdition !

« L’agence Crossref, partenaire d’OpenEdition pour l’enregistrement des DOI (Digital Object Identifier) attribués aux ressources numériques de ses plateformes, vient de … Continuer la lecture de « Citations ouvertes : 100 millions de DOI créés par Crossref dont 200 000 en provenance d’OpenEdition ! »

Source > leo.hypotheses.org, 1 octobre 2018

EPRIST – Les citations ouvertes (.pdf)

« Les citations sont un instrument privilégié de la recherche bibliographique : le repérage des citations ultérieures d’une publication permet de … Continuer la lecture de « EPRIST – Les citations ouvertes (.pdf) »

Source > eprist.fr, Pierre-Carl Langlais, Analyse I/IST-n°28-Septembre 2018

Workshop on Open Citations, September 3-5, 2018 | Bologna, Italy

« The workshop Information About 500 million open bibliographic citations are available on the web. We invite to this workshop researchers, … Continuer la lecture de « Workshop on Open Citations, September 3-5, 2018 | Bologna, Italy »

Source > workshop-oc.github.io, septembre 2018

Comprendre comment marche la science grâce aux citations ouvertes

« Un demi-milliard d’Open citations, ou « citations ouvertes », références bibliographiques en accès ouvert utilisées dans les publications scientifiques, ont … Continuer la lecture de « Comprendre comment marche la science grâce aux citations ouvertes »

Source > leo.hypotheses.org, C. Cantrel, 16 mars 2018

I4OC: Availability of open reference data nears 50% as major societies and influential publishers endorse the Initiative for Open Citations

« In the days immediately following the launch of the Initiative for Open Citations (I4OC) in April this year, some major … Continuer la lecture de « I4OC: Availability of open reference data nears 50% as major societies and influential publishers endorse the Initiative for Open Citations »

Source > i4oc.org, 11 juillet 2017

Initiative for Open Citations

« The Initiative for Open Citations I4OC is a collaboration between scholarly publishers, researchers, and other interested parties to promote the … Continuer la lecture de « Initiative for Open Citations »

Source > i4oc.org, 6 avril 2017

Springer Nature becomes largest publisher to open up all reference lists

« Springer Nature becomes the largest academic publisher to open up reference lists to advance data discovery and reuse, effective as … Continuer la lecture de « Springer Nature becomes largest publisher to open up all reference lists »

Source > stm-publishing.com, 6 mars 2017