Mike Thelwall


2001

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Extracting macroscopic information from Web links
Mike Thelwall
2001 Volume 52 Issue 13

2002

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Conceptualizing documentation on the Web: An evaluation of different heuristic-based models for counting links between university Web sites
Mike Thelwall
2002 Volume 53 Issue 12

2003

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The connection between the research of a university and counts of links to its web pages: An investigation based upon a classification of the relationships of pages to the research of the host university
Mike Thelwall | Gareth Harries
2003 Volume 54 Issue 7

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Three target document range metrics for university web sites
Mike Thelwall | David Wilkinson
2003 Volume 54 Issue 6

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Graph structure in three national academic Webs: Power laws with anomalies
Mike Thelwall | David Wilkinson
2003 Volume 54 Issue 8

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Scholarly Use of the Web: What Are the Key Inducers of Links to Journal Web Sites
Liwen Qiu Vaughan | Mike Thelwall
2003 Volume 54 Issue 1

2004

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Webometrics: An introduction to the special issue
Mike Thelwall | Liwen Vaughan
2004 Volume 55 Issue 14

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Do the Web sites of higher rated scholars have significantly more online impact?
Mike Thelwall | Gareth Harries
2004 Volume 55 Issue 2

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Finding similar academic Web sites with links, bibliometric couplings and colinks
Mike Thelwall | David Wilkinson
2004 Volume 40 Issue 3

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Methods for reporting on the targets of links from national systems of university Web sites
Mike Thelwall
2004 Volume 40 Issue 1

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Search engine coverage bias: evidence and possible causes
Liwen Vaughan | Mike Thelwall
2004 Volume 40 Issue 4

2005

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Text characteristics of English language university Web sites
Mike Thelwall
2005 Volume 56 Issue 6

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The clustering power of low frequency words in academic Webs
Liz Price | Mike Thelwall
2005 Volume 56 Issue 8

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A modeling approach to uncover hyperlink patterns: the case of Canadian universities
Liwen Vaughan | Mike Thelwall
2005 Volume 41 Issue 2

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Mathematical models for academic webs: Linear relationship or non-linear power law?
Nigel Payne | Mike Thelwall
2005 Volume 41 Issue 6

2006

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Interpreting social science link analysis research: A theoretical framework
Mike Thelwall
2006 Volume 57 Issue 1

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Are raw RSS feeds suitable for broad issue scanning? A science concern case study
Mike Thelwall | Rudy Prabowo | Ruth Fairclough
2006 Volume 57 Issue 12

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Web issue analysis: An integrated water resource management case study
Mike Thelwall | Katie Vann | Ruth Fairclough
2006 Volume 57 Issue 10

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Language evolution and the spread of ideas on the Web: A procedure for identifying emergent hybrid word family members
Mike Thelwall | Liz Price
2006 Volume 57 Issue 10

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Web crawling ethics revisited: Cost, privacy, and denial of service
Mike Thelwall | David Stuart
2006 Volume 57 Issue 13

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Amanda Spink, Bernhard J. Jansen, Web Search: Public Searching of the Web, Information and Knowledge Management Series, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, ISBN: 1402022689
Mike Thelwall
2006 Volume 42 Issue 2

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Automated Web issue analysis: A nurse prescribing case study
Mike Thelwall | Saheeda Thelwall | Ruth Fairclough
2006 Volume 42 Issue 6

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A comparison of feature selection methods for an evolving RSS feed corpus
Rudy Prabowo | Mike Thelwall
2006 Volume 42 Issue 6

2007

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Which factors explain the Web impact of scientists' personal homepages?
Franz Barjak | Xuemei Li | Mike Thelwall
2007 Volume 58 Issue 2

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Identifying and characterizing public science-related fears from RSS feeds
Mike Thelwall | Rudy Prabowo
2007 Volume 58 Issue 3

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How is science cited on the Web? A classification of google unique Web citations
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2007 Volume 58 Issue 11

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Google Scholar citations and Google Web/URL citations: A multi-discipline exploratory analysis
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2007 Volume 58 Issue 7

2008

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Information-centered research for large-scale analyses of new information sources
Mike Thelwall | Paul Wouters | Jenny Fry
2008 Volume 59 Issue 9

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Assessing the impact of disciplinary research on teaching: An automatic analysis of online syllabuses
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2008 Volume 59 Issue 13

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Quantitative comparisons of search engine results
Mike Thelwall
2008 Volume 59 Issue 11

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A statistical analysis of the web presences of European life sciences research teams
Franz Barjak | Mike Thelwall
2008 Volume 59 Issue 4

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Is multidisciplinary research more highly cited? A macrolevel study
Jonathan M. Levitt | Mike Thelwall
2008 Volume 59 Issue 12

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Social networks, gender, and friending: An analysis of MySpace member profiles
Mike Thelwall
2008 Volume 59 Issue 8

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Extracting accurate and complete results from search engines: Case study windows live
Mike Thelwall
2008 Volume 59 Issue 1

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Online presentations as a source of scientific impact? An analysis of PowerPoint files citing academic journals
Mike Thelwall | Kayvan Kousha
2008 Volume 59 Issue 5

2009

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Google book search: Citation analysis for social science and the humanities
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2009 Volume 60 Issue 8

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Assessing global diffusion with Web memetics: The spread and evolution of a popular joke
Limor Shifman | Mike Thelwall
2009 Volume 60 Issue 12

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Handbook of Research on Web Log Analysis
Mike Thelwall
2009 Volume 60 Issue 9

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Citation levels and collaboration within library and information science
Jonathan M. Levitt | Mike Thelwall
2009 Volume 60 Issue 3

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Homophily in MySpace
Mike Thelwall
2009 Volume 60 Issue 2

2010

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Public dialogs in social network sites: What is their purpose?
Mike Thelwall | David Wilkinson
2010 Volume 61 Issue 2

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Can the impact of scholarly images be assessed online? An exploratory study using image identification technology
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall | Somayeh Rezaie
2010 Volume 61 Issue 9

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Policy-relevant Webometrics for individual scientific fields
Mike Thelwall | Antje Klitkou | Arnold Verbeek | David Stuart | Celine Vincent
2010 Volume 61 Issue 7

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Social network site changes over time: The case of MySpace
David Wilkinson | Mike Thelwall
2010 Volume 61 Issue 11

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Sentiment in short strength detection informal text
Mike Thelwall | Kevan Buckley | Georgios Paltoglou | Di Cai | Arvid Kappas
2010 Volume 61 Issue 12

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Data mining emotion in social network communication: Gender differences in MySpace
Mike Thelwall | David Wilkinson | Sukhvinder Uppal
2010 Volume 61 Issue 1

2011

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University of Wolverhampton at the TREC 2011 Microblog Track
Georgios Paltoglou | Mike Thelwall
Proceedings of The Twentieth Text REtrieval Conference, TREC 2011, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA, November 15-18, 2011

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Variations between subjects in the extent to which the social sciences have become more interdisciplinary
Jonathan M. Levitt | Mike Thelwall | Charles Oppenheim
2011 Volume 62 Issue 6

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Sentiment in Twitter events
Mike Thelwall | Kevan Buckley | Georgios Paltoglou
2011 Volume 62 Issue 2

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Assessing the citation impact of books: The role of Google Books, Google Scholar, and Scopus
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall | Somayeh Rezaie
2011 Volume 62 Issue 11

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A comparison of methods for collecting web citation data for academic organizations
Mike Thelwall | Pardeep Sud
2011 Volume 62 Issue 8

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A combined bibliometric indicator to predict article impact
Jonathan M. Levitt | Mike Thelwall
2011 Volume 47 Issue 2

2012

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Trending Twitter topics in English: An international comparison
David Wilkinson | Mike Thelwall
2012 Volume 63 Issue 8

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Link and co-inlink network diagrams with URL citations or title mentions
Mike Thelwall | Pardeep Sud | David Wilkinson
2012 Volume 63 Issue 4

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The role of online videos in research communication: A content analysis of YouTube videos cited in academic publications
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall | Mahshid Abdoli
2012 Volume 63 Issue 9

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Sentiment strength detection for the social web
Mike Thelwall | Kevan Buckley | Georgios Paltoglou
2012 Volume 63 Issue 1

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Commenting on YouTube videos: From guatemalan rock to El Big Bang
Mike Thelwall | Pardeep Sud | Farida Vis
2012 Volume 63 Issue 3

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Twitter, MySpace, Digg: Unsupervised Sentiment Analysis in Social Media
Georgios Paltoglou | Mike Thelwall
2012 Volume 3 Issue 4

2013

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Determinants of research citation impact in nanoscience and nanotechnology
Fereshteh Didegah | Mike Thelwall
2013 Volume 64 Issue 5

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Scholars on soap boxes: Science communication and dissemination in TED videos
Cassidy R. Sugimoto | Mike Thelwall
2013 Volume 64 Issue 4

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Topic-based sentiment analysis for the social web: The role of mood and issue-related words
Mike Thelwall | Kevan Buckley
2013 Volume 64 Issue 8

2014

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arXiv E-prints and the journal of record: An analysis of roles and relationships
Vincent Larivière | Cassidy R. Sugimoto | Benoit Macaluso | Stasa Milojevic | Blaise Cronin | Mike Thelwall
2014 Volume 65 Issue 6

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Tweeting biomedicine: An analysis of tweets and citations in the biomedical literature
Stefanie Haustein | Isabella Peters | Cassidy R. Sugimoto | Mike Thelwall | Vincent Larivière
2014 Volume 65 Issue 4

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Academia.edu: Social network or Academic Network?
Mike Thelwall | Kayvan Kousha
2014 Volume 65 Issue 4

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Do blog citations correlate with a higher number of future citations? Research blogs as a potential source for alternative metrics
Hadas Shema | Judit Bar-Ilan | Mike Thelwall
2014 Volume 65 Issue 5

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Can the impact of non-Western academic books be measured? An investigation of Google Books and Google Scholar for Malaysia
Abdullah Abrizah | Mike Thelwall
2014 Volume 65 Issue 12

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Disseminating research with web CV hyperlinks
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2014 Volume 65 Issue 8

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Mendeley readership altmetrics for the social sciences and humanities: Research evaluation and knowledge flows
Ehsan Mohammadi | Mike Thelwall
2014 Volume 65 Issue 8

2015

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ResearchGate: Disseminating, communicating, and measuring Scholarship?
Mike Thelwall | Kayvan Kousha
2015 Volume 66 Issue 5

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Are scholarly articles disproportionately read in their own country? An analysis of mendeley readers
Mike Thelwall | Nabeil Maflahi
2015 Volume 66 Issue 6

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How is research blogged? A content analysis approach
Hadas Shema | Judit Bar-Ilan | Mike Thelwall
2015 Volume 66 Issue 6

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Who reads research articles? An altmetrics analysis of Mendeley user categories
Ehsan Mohammadi | Mike Thelwall | Stefanie Haustein | Vincent Larivière
2015 Volume 66 Issue 9

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An automatic method for extracting citations from Google Books
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2015 Volume 66 Issue 2

2016

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Chatting through pictures? A classification of images tweeted in one week in the UK and USA
Mike Thelwall | Olga Goriunova | Farida Vis | Simon Faulkner | Anne Burns | Jim Aulich | Amalia Más-Bleda | Emma Stuart | Francesco D'Orazio
2016 Volume 67 Issue 11

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Can Amazon.com reviews help to assess the wider impacts of books?
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2016 Volume 67 Issue 3

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Can Mendeley bookmarks reflect readership? A survey of user motivations
Ehsan Mohammadi | Mike Thelwall | Kayvan Kousha
2016 Volume 67 Issue 5

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Does research with statistics have more impact? The citation rank advantage of structural equation modeling
Mike Thelwall | Paul Wilson
2016 Volume 67 Issue 5

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When are readership counts as useful as citation counts? Scopus versus Mendeley for LIS journals
Nabeil Maflahi | Mike Thelwall
2016 Volume 67 Issue 1

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Guideline references and academic citations as evidence of the clinical value of health research
Mike Thelwall | Nabeil Maflahi
2016 Volume 67 Issue 4

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Not all international collaboration is beneficial: The Mendeley readership and citation impact of biochemical research collaboration
Pardeep Sud | Mike Thelwall
2016 Volume 67 Issue 8

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Mendeley readership altmetrics for medical articles: An analysis of 45 fields
Mike Thelwall | Paul Wilson
2016 Volume 67 Issue 8

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An automatic method for assessing the teaching impact of books from online academic syllabi
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2016 Volume 67 Issue 12

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Mendeley readership counts: An investigation of temporal and disciplinary differences
Mike Thelwall | Pardeep Sud
2016 Volume 67 Issue 12

2017

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Web citations in patents: Evidence of technological impact?
Enrique Orduña-Malea | Mike Thelwall | Kayvan Kousha
2017 Volume 68 Issue 8

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SlideShare presentations, citations, users, and trends: A professional site with academic and educational uses
Mike Thelwall | Kayvan Kousha
2017 Volume 68 Issue 8

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Goodreads reviews to assess the wider impacts of books
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall | Mahshid Abdoli
2017 Volume 68 Issue 8

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News stories as evidence for research? BBC citations from articles, Books, and Wikipedia
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2017 Volume 68 Issue 8

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Book genre and author gender: RomanceParanormal-Romance to AutobiographyMemoir
Mike Thelwall
2017 Volume 68 Issue 5

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ResearchGate articles: Age, discipline, audience size, and impact
Mike Thelwall | Kayvan Kousha
2017 Volume 68 Issue 2

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Patent citation analysis with Google
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2017 Volume 68 Issue 1

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Are wikipedia citations important evidence of the impact of scholarly articles and books?
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall
2017 Volume 68 Issue 3

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Goodreads: A social network site for book readers
Mike Thelwall | Kayvan Kousha
2017 Volume 68 Issue 4

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TensiStrength: Stress and relaxation magnitude detection for social media texts
Mike Thelwall
2017 Volume 53 Issue 1

2018

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Detection of Stress and Relaxation Magnitudes for Tweets
Reshmi Gopalakrishna Pillai | Mike Thelwall | Constantin Orasan
Companion of the The Web Conference 2018 on The Web Conference 2018, WWW 2018, Lyon , France, April 23-27, 2018

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Co-saved, co-tweeted, and co-cited networks
Fereshteh Didegah | Mike Thelwall
2018 Volume 69 Issue 8

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National scientific performance evolution patterns: Retrenchment, successful expansion, or overextension
Mike Thelwall | Jonathan M. Levitt
2018 Volume 69 Issue 5

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How quickly do publications get read? The evolution of mendeley reader counts for new articles
Nabeil Maflahi | Mike Thelwall
2018 Volume 69 Issue 1

2019

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She's Reddit: A source of statistically significant gendered interest information?
Mike Thelwall | Emma Stuart
2019 Volume 56 Issue 4

2020

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Why we Need Another Ten Years of Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval
Mike Thelwall
Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval co-located with 42nd European Conference on Information Retrieval, BIR@ECIR 2020, Lisbon, Portugal, April 14th, 2020 [online only]

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Academic collaboration rates and citation associations vary substantially between countries and fields
Mike Thelwall | Nabeil Maflahi
2020 Volume 71 Issue 8

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Female citation impact superiority 1996-2018 in six out of seven English-speaking nations
Mike Thelwall
2020 Volume 71 Issue 8

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Which health and biomedical topics generate the most Facebook interest and the strongest citation relationships?
Ehsan Mohammadi | Karl B. Gregory | Mike Thelwall | Nilofar Barahmand
2020 Volume 57 Issue 3

2021

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Male or female gender-polarized YouTube videos are less viewed
Mike Thelwall | David Foster
2021 Volume 72 Issue 12

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Do new research issues attract more citations? A comparison between 25 Scopus subject categories
Mike Thelwall | Pardeep Sud
2021 Volume 72 Issue 3