[Sigmetrics] Truebounded, Overbounded, or Underbounded? Visibility of Scientists' Publications
loet at leydesdorff.net
Tue Feb 27 00:39:05 EST 2018
Thank you for informing us and for the research. I corrected the mistake
in my Google Profile which included erroneously (and not by me) a paper
authored by Richard Rogers. I cc to Richard with my apologies.
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From: "Johanna Askeridis" <Johanna.Askeridis at uni-duesseldorf.de>
To: sigmetrics at mail.asis.org
Sent: 2/20/2018 3:15:00 PM
Subject: [Sigmetrics] Truebounded, Overbounded, or Underbounded?
Visibility of Scientists' Publications
>We would like to kindly invite you to have a look at our recently
>We conducted a study about nine informetricians (Judit Bar-Ilan, Katy
>Börner, Lutz Bornmann, Leo Egghe, Stefanie Haustein, Peter Ingwersen,
>Loet Leydesdorff, Christian Schlögl, and Cassidy Sugimoto) for whom we
>generated personal publication lists which were then compared to lists
>generated by the information services Web of Science, Scopus, and
>Google Scholar. For each list, the degree of completeness was assessed,
>as well as the author's relative visibility.
>The paper is available for download under the following link:
>"Truebounded, Overbounded, or Underbounded? Scientists’ Personal
>Publication Lists versus Lists Generated through Bibliographic
>by Isabelle Dorsch, Johanna M. Askeridis and Wolfgang G. Stock
>Publications 2018, 6(1), 7; doi:10.3390/publications6010007
>Thank you for your interest!
>-- Johanna Askeridis
>Dept. of Information Science
>Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
>Building 24.53, Room 01.87
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