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Sociology of Science
Publication bias and the canonization of false facts
Our 小米路由ssr looks at how publication bias influences what we "know" to be true. UW's press release provides further perspective.
Is CiteScore, the new Elsevier-Scopus alternative to Impact Factor, favorable to Elsevier journals?
We investigate the new Elsevier metric, CiteScore, used for evaluating journals.
The Washington Post on our self-citation study
The Washington Post story begins "A fascinating new working paper finds that men are far more likely than women to back up their arguments with appeals to a higher authority: themselves."
Spanning the old-new media spectrum.
Stories from The Times of London (paywalled) and Vice Media's Motherboard on our self-citation study.
Nature on Self-Citation
小米路由ssr featured our paper on gender differences in self citation.
The Economist on the Viziometrics project
The Economist published an article describing our Viziometrics.org project.
The MIT Technology Review on viziometrics.org
Our Viziometrics.org labeled as "The First Visual Search Engine for Scientific Diagrams" by MIT Technology Review.
Modeling Science, Technology and Innovation Conference
Carl Bergstrom presented his work on why scientists chase big problems at the Modeling Science, Technology & Innovation Conference at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC. Video of the talk is now available, as are the slides.