Correlaciones entre conteos de uso y citas: aplicación en una muestra de documentos altamente citados sobre emprendimiento

Palabras clave: Emprendimiento, Bibliometría, Conteo de uso, Citas, Uso de artículos, Métricas de uso, Uso de datos, Descargas, Web of Science, H-classic.

Resumen

Las métricas de uso están ganando importancia desde que las principales fuentes de información científica las facilitan. En este trabajo se recopilaron los períodos de exposición, citas y recuentos de uso de la Web of Science Core Collection (WoS) en una muestra multidisciplinar de documentos con altas tasas de citación sobre un tema específico: emprendimiento. Se aplicó la metodología h-classic para obtener un grupo de documentos representativo y se estudiaron las relaciones estadísticas que se establecen entre las tres variables. Los resultados mostraron cómo los años de exposición implican un descenso en los conteos de uso, pero no influyen en las citas recibidas a largo plazo. Por otro lado, citas y recuentos de uso poseen una clara correlación directa y positiva que permite realizar predicciones de cualquiera de las dos variables a partir de la otra.

Biografía del autor/a

Sandra Sánchez Cañizares, Universidad de Córdoba
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2019-08-22
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Cabeza-Ramírez, L. J., Sánchez Cañizares, S., & Fuentes-García, F. J. (2019). Correlaciones entre conteos de uso y citas: aplicación en una muestra de documentos altamente citados sobre emprendimiento. Profesional De La Información, 28(4). https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2019.jul.18
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