Journal of Informetrics
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prediction of highly-cited papers in marketing and MIS
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This is the dataset belonging to the article "Comparison of two article-level, field-independent citation metrics: Field-Weighted Citation Impact (FWCI) and Relative Citation Ratio (RCR)"
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The 4770 dataset includes 4770 articles in the Web of Science database, covering 10 disciplines, such as artificial intelligence, business, history, and chemistry. The 577 dataset includes 577 proposals granted by the National Science Foundation of the United States, and all the 577 proposals are within the area of computer science but are in different sub areas of computer science. The 6767 dataset includes 6767 articles published in Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, Journal of Informetrics, and Scientometrics from 2000 to 2016. No labels are given for this dataset.
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Data on European and US higher education institutions that have been used for the analyses presented in the paper.
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This data consists of two test data sets of researchers that have (1) received one or more prestigious prizes for the long-lasting and high impact contribution to their fields (596 data entries) and (2) author names of ACM fellows (1000 data entries). Each author in the data sets is matched to the corresponding ACM author profileID and multiple Microsoft Academic Graph author entity IDs (name disambiguated). It also includes citation counts, publication counts, download counts from various sources (ACM Digital Library, Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic).
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This data consists of four test data sets consisting of academic entities (authors and papers) that have won various awards. Ranks of various ranking algorithms are given for each entity computed on two publication databases (Microsoft Academic Graph and ACM Digital Library). Test data sets: (1) acm fellows, (2) long time contribution awards for researchers, (3) best paper awards, and (4) high-impact papers.
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See section 2.2 in the article for a description of the data.
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