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Cathy Holland - The Performance of SciELO journals

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One of the basic functions of the SciELO Publishing Model is to follow up the performance of journals, national collections, the network and the overall program. In the context of national collections, which in most cases are financed by public resources and are highly selective regarding indexing, the good performance of journals is expected in line with the specific objectives of SciELO to contribute to their sustainable increase of editorial quality, visibility, use and impact. In addition to the specific objectives that apply to the entire network, national collections are governed by priorities determined by national policies and conditions.

The performance of journals and SciELO collections are evaluated by the following criteria:

• Institutionality, which refers to institutions responsible for the journals and their respective research communities as indicators of credibility and operational sustainability of journals;

• Good practices of editing and scholarly communication, which refers to the adherence to the SciELO indexing criteria that implies in adherence to the good practices of scholarly communication and adoption of innovations;

• Visibility, Use and Impact, which refer to the following contexts:
◦ Access and downloads indicators to articles’ full text files in HTML and PDF formats;
◦ Citations indicators or metrics considering different journal indexes;
◦ Web presence indicators or altmetrics.

The scope proposed for this working group encompasses the analysis of journals performance in accordance with the above criteria, taking into account the specificities of different thematic areas and different countries. The analysis and discussion of these three dimensions will be conducted by scholarly communication and bibliometrics experts with the support of representatives of national collections, journal editors and specialists.

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Cathy Holland - The Performance of SciELO journals

  1. 1. The Performance of SciELO journals Cathy Holland Digital Science September 24, 2018
  2. 2. ● What is Dimensions ● Considering measures of impact ● Highlights from SciELO journals ● Deeper dive into the data ● More specific example about collaboration Agenda
  3. 3. What is Dimensions? A Networked Research Knowledge System • Connects data across the different elements of research (for discovery and analysis) • Built in collaboration with 100+ research organization development partners worldwide • Basic publications discovery version free for individual researchers • Full data versions licensed to institutions, publishers, funders and corporate customers • Features a variety of article-level metrics such as: ○ Altmetrics, total number of of citations, recent citations, FCR, RCR
  4. 4. Mentions in news reports Social media reach Mentions in blogs Patent citations Policy Citations Journal Impact Factor Citation counts New perspectives of impact ACADEMIC IMPACT SOCIETAL IMPACT Alternative metrics “altmetrics” +Traditional metricsTraditional metrics
  5. 5. Every scientist is a science communicator Within academia Presentations and seminars Funding and ethics applications Academic books Journal articles and posters Term papers and essays Meetings and conferences Correspondence Within society Speaking at public events Books for general audiences Press Social media Blogs+
  6. 6. Modern data to consider when looking at performance ● Journal Citations ● Altmetrics ● Policy References ● Patent References ● Wikipedia Citations ● The influence of data Publication citations Altmetric attention scores Funding amounts Annual citations per year Patent citations Relative citation ratio Highly cited SNIP/SJR Field citation ratio H-index Citation Recency
  7. 7. The Data - Starting Point
  8. 8. Publications vs. Citation Rate - SciELO Journals
  9. 9. Patent References Linked to SciELO Journal Articles
  10. 10. Specific Patent Example
  11. 11. Policy References Linked to SciELO Journal Articles
  12. 12. Specific Policy Example
  13. 13. A closer look at some additional data points
  14. 14. SciELO vs. Non-SciELO OA Journals in Brazil
  15. 15. Topical Area - Crop and Pasture Production
  16. 16. SciELO vs. Non-SciELO OA Journals in Brazil Topical Area - Plant Biology
  17. 17. Specific Scenario
  18. 18. Overlap between FAPESP-funded papers and SciELO- published papers since 2009 57,174240,778 4,951 (1.6%)
  19. 19. (1.%) (4.2%) Overlap between FAPESP-funded papers and SciELO-published papers which have been cited by at least one patent since 2009
  20. 20. (1.%) (4.%)(1.9%) Overlap between FAPESP-funded papers and SciELO-published papers in which there was an Academic-Industry Collaboration since 2009
  21. 21. (1.%) (4.%)(1.9%) Let’s take a look at the combined sixty-nine publications from the overlap in the last two Venn diagrams
  22. 22. (1.%) (4.%)(1.9%)
  23. 23. (1.%) (4.%) The Research Categories (1.9%)
  24. 24. (1.%) (4.%)(1.9%)
  25. 25. (1.%) (4.%)(1.9%) Geographical breakdown of research org for Academic/Industry/Patented pubs in ScieELO/FAPESP overlap
  26. 26. (1.%) (4.%)(1.9%) Geographical breakdown of research org for Academic/Industry/Patented pubs in ScieELO/FAPESP overlap
  27. 27. (1.%) (4.%)(1.9%) Geographical breakdown of research org for Academic/Industry/Patented pubs in ScieELO/FAPESP overlap
  28. 28. (1.%) (4.%)(1.9%) Geographical breakdown of research org for Academic/Industry/Patented pubs in ScieELO/FAPESP overlap Breakdown of Sao Paulo author affiliations for the overlap papers
  29. 29. Thank you! Cathy Holland c.holland@digital-science.com

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