Category Archives: citation experiment

Towards full-text based research metrics: Exploring semantometrics

See also: Report of Experiments (PDF) Open Citations and Responsible Metrics (PDF) – Briefing note by Cameron Neylon, Curtin University Cameron Neylon’s comment on the experiment The HEFCE Metrics Tide Report has started a debate and proposed directions of travel for more responsible metrics. Our intention for what we called the ‘open citation experiment’ was to … Read more

Taking Responsibility: How an answer to research assessment might just be “42”

(a guest post from Cameron Neylon, Curtin University) in response to the open citations experiment In Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy a massive computer is created to give the answer to the ultimate question, of life the universe and everything. After ten million years of computing it gives its answer: ONE: Well? DEEP … Read more