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Materials from Seminar "Google Scholar Day: Changing current evaluation paradigms"

Seminar: "Google Scholar Day: Changing current evaluation paradigms"
Organized by: Cybermetrics Lab (IPP, CCHS–CSIC)

Monday, 20/02/2017
CCHS-CSIC. Room Menéndez Pidal 0E18. Albasanz, 26-28. Madrid


Ranking of researchers in Spain and Spaniards abroad (V): From 20002 to 24998

15th Edition: Ranking of Spanish researchers, researchers working in Spanish Institutions (Spain) and Spaniards working abroad according to their Google Scholar Citations public profiles.

Rankings based on Google Scholar Citations: Methodology

GSC Author Profiles

          Google Scholar is a free very large bibliographic database that it is especially useful for bibliometric purposes as it provides the number (and lists all of them) of citations received by the items included. Its current size is over 240 million unique documents, (many of them with links to openly available full-text versions). This is almost three times the current coverage of the paywalled competitors like WoS/Clarivate or Scopus/Elsevier.