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Academic spectra: a visualization method for research assessment

AuthorsYe, Fred Y.
KeywordsAcademic spectrum
Research assessment
Scientometric indicators
Issue Date2010
PublisherEditorial CSIC
CitationCybermetrics 14(1): Paper 1 (2010)
AbstractA new visualization method for research assessment, called the academic spectrum, is introduced. Two types of academic spectra are distinguished: field spectra and time spectra. Using appropriate scaling factors these spectra facilitate comparisons between scientometric indicators such as the h-index, the total number of citations received and the impact. Academic spectra can be calculated for journals, countries, research institutes, whole universities and single researchers alike. They are meant to help the scientometric practitioner to get a first impression of the data
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