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A snapshot of translational research funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH): A case study using behavioral and social science research awards and Clinical and Translational Science Awards funded publications
[…] We used the NIH iCite tool (https://icite.od.nih.gov/) to download bibliometric data for each of the 29,894 publications. In particular, iCite calculates a Relative Citation Ratio (RCR) metric for all NIH-funded publ […]
Scientific productivity: An exploratory study of metrics and incentives
[…] es using sophisticated algorithms to normalize for year of publication and field of study: the Relative Citation Ratio (RCR) developed at NIH, computed and made available to the public using the tool iCite (https://icite.od.nih.gov/) . Because the RCR is normalized for year of publication and field of study, it has been suggested as an alternative to raw citation numbers that would be free from […]
The rise of health biotechnology research in Latin America: A scientometric analysis of health biotechnology production and impact in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba and Mexico
[…] ore often than the world average. An ARC value below 1 for a country means that its publications in HBT are not cited as often as the world average .To calculate the RCR of each country we used the iCite beta version . We obtained a Pubmed manuscript IDs (PMIDs) list on HBT for the six Latin American countries at the Pubmed database of the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) b […]
Using publication data to evaluate a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) career development program: Early outcomes from KL2 scholars
[…] Bibliometrics downloaded through the free NIH iCite service were also analyzed to see if significant differences existed by gender. Shapiro-Wilk tests revealed that the data were not normally distributed, as a result, analysis by gender was done […]
What is the impact of a research publication?
[…] s such as online reports and theses. The problem with citation counts is that they vary considerably by research area, and there have been recent attempts to account for this. One of these is the new iCite tool (icite.od.nih.gov) that normalises the number of citations of a particular paper to the median annual number of citations that NIH-funded papers in the field have received. Finally, alterna […]
Feasibility of common bibliometrics in evaluating translational science
[…] re extensive analyses be desired.During the write-up phase of this project, the team became aware of a new bibliometric service being offered through the NIH Office of Portfolio Analysis (OPA) called iCite. Because of the relevance of such a system for NIH-related research in particular, we felt it was important to include this new arrival in this project. We submitted the same database given to E […]
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