Posts Tagged ‘infoflow’

The quiet rise of the NIH’s hot new metric : Nature News & Comment

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

The quiet rise of the NIH’s hot new #metric [RCR] Rank a popular paper in boring field be highly? HT @Magda_Skipper

Principles of scientific research team formation and evolution

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

structures for team science

Who’s downloading pirated papers?

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

“Bill Hart-Davidson, MSU’s associate dean for graduate education, suggests that the likely answer is “text-mining,” the use of computer programs to analyze large collections of documents to generate data. When I called Hart-Davidson, I suggested that the East Lansing Sci-Hub scraper might be someone from his own research team. But he laughed and said that he had no idea who it was. But he understands why the scraper goes to Sci-Hub even though MSU subscribes to the downloaded ” “}}

Who’s downloading pirated papers? Everyone freely available data on @scihub usage