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  • Cornelis van Bochove
    Bibliometric Network Analysis and Science Mapping Using VOSviewer Tailor made Training Courses Minor Science and Technology in Society Master PhD Thesis Supervision Products Services Blog Leiden University CWTS B V Other CWTS sites CWTS Leiden Ranking CWTS Journal Indicators CitNetExplorer VOSviewer About CWTS About Leiden Contact Links Leiden University CWTS B V CWTS Leiden Ranking CWTS Journal Indicators CitNetExplorer VOSviewer Centre for Science and Technology Studies Centre for Science and Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser People Cornelis van Bochove Prof dr Cornelis van Bochove Publications Journal publications 4 Van Bochove C A 2013 Economic statistics and scientometrics Scientometrics 96 3 799 818 Van Bochove C A 2011 Expectation of a uniform random variable with uniform observation errors after selection of the highest observations Statistical Papers 52 971 977 doi 10 1007 s00362 009 0304 y Waaijer C J F Van Bochove C A Van Eck N J 2011 On the map Nature and Science editorials Scientometrics 86 1 99 112 doi 10 1007 s11192 010 0205 9 Waaijer C J

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  • Ludo Waltman
    mining and visualization using VOSviewer ISSI Newsletter 7 3 50 54 Waltman L Tijssen R J W Van Eck N J 2011 Globalisation of science in kilometres Journal of Informetrics 5 4 574 582 doi 10 1016 j joi 2011 05 003 Waltman L Van Eck N J Dekker R 2011 Economic modeling using evolutionary algorithms the effect of a binary encoding of strategies Journal of Evolutionary Economics 21 5 737 756 doi 10 1007 s00191 010 0177 1 Waltman L Van Eck N J Yan E 2011 A recursive field normalized bibliometric performance indicator an application to the field of library and information science Scientometrics 89 1 301 314 doi 10 1007 s11192 011 0449 z Waltman L Van Eck N J Van Leeuwen T N Visser M S Van Raan A F J 2011 On the correlation between bibliometric indicators and peer review Reply to Opthof and Leydesdorff Scientometrics 88 3 1017 1022 doi 10 1007 s11192 011 0425 7 Waltman L Van Eck N J Van Leeuwen T N Visser M S Van Raan A F J 2011 Towards a new crown indicator An empirical analysis Scientometrics 87 3 467 481 doi 10 1007 s11192 011 0354 5 Waltman L Van Eck N J Van Leeuwen T N Visser M S Van Raan A F J 2011 Towards a new crown indicator Some theoretical considerations Journal of Informetrics 5 1 37 47 doi 10 1016 j joi 2010 08 001 Van Eck N J Waltman L 2010 Software survey VOSviewer a computer program for bibliometric mapping Scientometrics 84 2 523 538 doi 10 1007 s11192 009 0146 3 Van Eck N J Waltman L Dekker R Van den Berg J 2010 A comparison of two techniques for bibliometric mapping Multidimensional scaling and VOS Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61 12 2405 2416 doi 10 1002 asi 21421 Van Eck N J Waltman L Noyons E C M Buter R K 2010 Automatic term identification for bibliometric mapping Scientometrics 82 3 581 596 doi 10 1007 s11192 010 0173 0 Van Raan A F J Van Leeuwen T N Visser M S Van Eck N J Waltman L 2010 Rivals for the crown Reply to Opthof and Leydesdorff Journal of Informetrics 4 3 431 435 doi 10 1016 j joi 2010 03 008 Waltman L Van Eck N J 2010 The relation between Eigenfactor audience factor and influence weight Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61 7 1476 1486 doi 10 1002 asi 21354 Waltman L Van Eck N J Noyons E C M 2010 A unified approach to mapping and clustering of bibliometric networks Journal of Informetrics 4 4 629 635 doi 10 1016 j joi 2010 07 002 Van Eck N J Waltman L 2009 How to Normalize Cooccurrence Data An Analysis of Some Well Known Similarity Measures Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60 8 1635 1651 doi 10 1002 asi 21075

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  • Thed van Leeuwen
    Strength and weakness of national science systems A bibliometric analysis through cooperation patterns Scientometrics 79 2 389 408 doi 10 1007 s11192 009 0426 y Van Leeuwen T N 2009 Using bibliometrics to support the procurement of NIHR biomedical research centres in England Research Evaluation 18 1 71 82 doi 10 3152 095820209X414178 Lambers Heerspink H J Knol M J Tijssen R J W Van Leeuwen T N Grobbee D E De Zeeuw D 2008 Is the randomised controlled drug trial in Europe lagging behind the US British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 66 774 790 doi 10 1111 j 1365 2125 2008 03296 x Van Leeuwen T N 2008 Testing the validity of the Hirsch index for research assessment purposes Research Evaluation 17 2 157 160 doi 10 3152 095820208X319175 Calero Medina C M Van Leeuwen T N Tijssen R J W 2007 Research cooperation within the bio pharmaceutical industry Network analyses of co publications within and between firms Scientometrics 71 1 87 99 doi 10 1007 s11192 007 1650 y Van Leeuwen T N 2007 Modelling of bibliometric approaches and importance of output verification in research performance assessment Research Evaluation 16 2 93 105 doi 10 3152 095820207X227529 Van Leeuwen T N 2007 The application of bibliometric analyses in the evaluation of social science research Who benefits from it and why it is still feasible Scientometrics 66 133 154 doi 10 1007 s11192 006 0010 7 Van Leeuwen T N Van der Wurff L J De Craen A J M 2007 Classification of research letters in general medical journals and its consequences in bibliometric research evaluation procresses Research Evaluation 16 59 63 doi 10 3152 095820207X196786 Tijssen R J W Van Leeuwen T N 2006 Measuring impacts of academic science on industrial research A citation based approach Scientometrics 66 55 69 doi 10 1007 s11192 006 0005 4 Tijssen R J W Mouton J Van Leeuwen T N Boshoff N 2006 How relevant are local scholarly journals in global science A case study of South Africa Research Evaluation 15 3 163 174 doi 10 3152 147154406781775904 Van Looy B Debackere K Callaert C Tijssen R J W Van Leeuwen T N 2006 Scientific capabilities and technological performance of national innovation systems An exploration of emerging industrial relevant research domains Scientometrics 66 295 310 doi 10 1007 s11192 006 0030 3 Van Leeuwen T N Moed H F 2005 Characteristics of Journal Impact Factors The effects of uncitedness and citation distribution on the understanding of journal impact factors Scientometrics 63 357 371 doi 10 1007 s11192 005 0217 z Van Leeuwen T N Visser M S Moed H F Nederhof A J Van Raan A F J 2003 The Holy Grail of science policy Exploring and combining bibliometric tools in search of scientific excellence Scientometrics 57 257 280 doi 10 1023 A 1024141819302 Van Raan A F J Visser M S Van Leeuwen T N Van Wijk E 2003 Bibliometric analysis of Performance assessment and position in the journal landscape Psychotherapy Research 13 4 511 528 doi 10 1093 ptr kpg038 Rinia E J Van Leeuwen T N Van Raan A F J 2002 Impact measures of inderdisciplinary research in physics Scientometrics 53 2 241 248 doi 10 1023 A 1014856625623 Rinia E J Van Leeuwen T N Bruins E E W Van Vuren H G Van Raan A F J 2002 Measuring knowledge transfer between fields of science Scientometrics 54 3 347 362 doi 10 1023 A 1016078331752 Tijssen R J W Visser M S Van Leeuwen T N 2002 Benchmarking international scientific excellence Are highly cited research papers an appropriate frame of reference Scientometrics 54 3 381 397 doi 10 1023 A 1016082432660 Van Leeuwen T N Moed H F 2002 Development and application of journal impact measures in the Dutch science system Scientometrics 53 2 249 266 doi 10 1023 A 1014808709694 Van Raan A F J Van Leeuwen T N 2002 Assessment of the scientific basis of interdisciplinary applied research Application of bibliometric methods in Nutrition and Food Research Research Policy 31 4 611 632 doi 10 1016 S0048 7333 01 00129 9 Rinia E J Van Leeuwen T N Bruins E E W Van Vuren H G Van Raan A F J 2001 Citation delay in interdisciplinary knowledge exchange Scientometrics 51 1 293 309 Rinia E J Van Leeuwen T N Van Vuren H G Van Raan A F J 2001 Influence of interdisciplinarity on peer review and bibliometric evaluations in physics research Research Policy 30 3 357 361 Van Leeuwen T N Moed H F 2001 Development and application of new journal impact measures Cortex 37 4 607 610 Van Leeuwen T N Moed H F Tijssen R J W Visser M S Van Raan A F J 2001 Language biases in the coverage of the Science Citation Index and its consequences for international comparisons of national research performance Scientometrics 51 1 335 346 Van Leeuwen T N Van der Wurff L J Van Raan A F J 2001 The use of combined bibliometric methods in research funding policy Research Evaluation 10 3 195 201 Tijssen R J W Buter R K Van Leeuwen T N 2000 Technological relevance of science An assessment of citation linkages between patents and research papers Scientometrics 47 2 389 412 Van Leeuwen T N Tijssen R J W 2000 Interdisciplinary dynamics of modern science analysis of cross disciplinary citation flows Research Evaluation 9 3 183 187 Van Leeuwen T N Moed H F Tijssen R J W Visser M S Van Raan A F J 2000 First evidence of serious language bias in the use of citation analysis for the evaluation of national science systems Research Evaluation 9 2 155 156 Moed H F Van Leeuwen T N Reedijk J 1999 Towards appropriate indicators of journal impact Scientometrics 46 3 575 589 Moed H F Van Leeuwen T N Visser M S 1999 Trends in publication output and impact of universities in the Netherlands Research Evaluation 8 1

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  • Sarah de Rijcke
    participated in a study on making knowledge from images in digital infrastructures De Rijcke received her PhD in 2010 with honors from the University of Groningen She was a visiting professor at the STS department in Vienna in 2015 a visiting research fellow at UC San Diego in 2010 and a visiting pre doc at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in 2007 Current projects Consortium member in Promoting Integrity as an Integral Dimension of Excellence in Research PRINTEGER funded by the EC through a H2020 COST Action Coordinators Hub Zwart and Willem Halffman Radboud University Nijmegen EPIC team members Thed van Leeuwen Paul Wouters Sarah de Rijcke Quality and Relevance of Research with EUR Rotterdam prof dr Willem Schinkel in collaboration with EUR university library co supervision phd student Anne Slootweg 25 years science policy for excellence with Rathenau Instituut including supervision post doctoral researcher Dr Thomas Franssen Measuring science The use of metrics in assessing impact innovation and excellence in modern academia funded by The Swedish Research Council Björn Hammarfelt Sarah de Rijcke Quantifying academic lives Practices of self evaluation under excellent conditions Thomas Franssen Sarah de Rijcke Defining standards of intellectual quality in Dutch legal scholarship Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner Sarah de Rijcke Completed projects The impact of indicators How evaluation shapes biomedical knowledge production 2012 2015 Alex Rushforth Sarah de Rijcke Professional memberships the Society for the Social Studies of Science 4S the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology EASST and the Dutch National research school for Science Technology and Modern Culture WTMC Sarah is a member of the editorial board of Interdisciplinary Science Reviews She regularly reviews for Engaging Science Technology Society Science Technology and Human Values STHV Research Evaluation Interdisciplinary Science Reviews and the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology JASIST Please visit this page for Sarah s publication list below is incomplete Publications Journal publications 7 De Rijcke S Rushforth A D 2015 To intervene or not to intervene is that the question On the role of scientometrics in research evaluation Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66 9 1954 1958 doi 10 1002 asi 23382 Hicks D Wouters P Waltman L De Rijcke S Rafols I 2015 The Leiden Manifesto for research metrics Nature 520 7548 429 431 doi 10 1038 520429a Rushforth A D De Rijcke S 2015 Accounting for impact The journal impact factor and the making of biomedical research in the Netherlands Minerva 53 2 117 139 doi 10 1007 2Fs11024 015 9274 5 De Rijcke S Beaulieu J A 2011 Image as interface Consequences for users of museum knowledge Library Trends 59 4 663 685 doi 10 1353 lib 2011 0020 De Rijcke S 2008 Drawing into abstraction Practices of observation and visualization in the work of Santiago Ramón y Cajal Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 33 4 287 311 De Rijcke S 2008 Light tries the expert eye The introduction of photography in nineteenth century macroscopic neuroanatomy Journal

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  • Björn Hammarfelt
    VOSviewer About CWTS About Leiden Contact Links Leiden University CWTS B V CWTS Leiden Ranking CWTS Journal Indicators CitNetExplorer VOSviewer Centre for Science and Technology Studies Centre for Science and Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser People Björn Hammarfelt Björn Hammarfelt Together with Sarah de Rijcke he will work on Measuring science The use of metrics in assessing impact innovation and excellence in modern academia The project financed by The Swedish Research Council focuses on the governance of science with an emphasis on how research is made auditable through the use of quantitative techniques especially bibliometrics Publication patterns as well as questionnaires will be used in order to examine how bibliometric evaluation influences the practices of scholars Studies will also be made of university rankings and their use in promoting the excellent university In tying the practical institutional and political levels together the project aims to provide a unique perspective on the emergence of a metrics culture in academia Using a theoretical stance in theories about the audit and risk society

    Original URL path: http://www.cwts.nl/people/BjornHammarfelt (2016-02-06)
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  • Ingeborg Meijer
    Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser People Ingeborg Meijer Ingeborg Meijer PhD Ingeborg Meijer is a part time researcher and leader of the working group SURe Society Using Research at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies CWTS of Leiden University in the Netherlands Her research focuses on the societal use of research especially the development of proxies tools and indicators to help in research assessment purposes The working group takes a data driven approach exploring altmetrics and a qualitative approach investigating researcher and stakeholder visions and values Ingeborg has a PhD in biomedicine from the University of Leiden and worked subsequently in a biotech company Celltech in health research policy RGO and in European science innovation and technology policy evaluation Technopolis Group before returning to academia Publications Journal publications 1 Meijer I Molas Gallart J Mattsson P 2012 Networked research infrastructures and their governance The case of biobanking Science and Public Policy 39 4 491 499 doi 10 1093 scipol scs033 Conference publications 3 Meijer I Zahedi Z Belder R

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  • Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner
    Leiden Contact Links Leiden University CWTS B V CWTS Leiden Ranking CWTS Journal Indicators CitNetExplorer VOSviewer Centre for Science and Technology Studies Centre for Science and Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser People Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner MPhil Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner is

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  • Alex Rushforth
    Centre for Science and Technology Studies Centre for Science and Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser People Alex Rushforth Alex Rushforth PhD Alex Rushforth is a researcher at CWTS Leiden University He works in the areas of sociology of science higher education and organizational sociology Whilst training at the Universities of Surrey and York in the United Kingdom he has developed interests in the evolving governance of public sciences and in particular its impact upon the research process itself This interest was spawned through a PhD in organization studies comparing the impact of research policy reforms specifically the shift in attention towards translational science on different domains of medical science in British universities This comparative approach towards governance effects has continued into his current work with the EPIC working group at CWTS which focuses on the impact of performance based evaluation and metrics on biomedical research in Dutch and British academic medical schools Publications Journal publications 3 De Rijcke S Rushforth A D 2015 To intervene or not to intervene is

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