I have now deposited my deck of slides from my presentation yesterday in the LIS Bibliometrics 2021 conference (28 April 2021).
This is most likely my last post from 2020. I have deposited on figshare a basic sheet listing a selection of my articles, blog posts and outputs I published openly during 2020.
I am very happy to announce that today we published 'The Power of Sharing', a comic resulting from the collaboration between figshare, Symbola Comics, and LaGrúa Estudio.
The HEFCE metrics workshop: metrics and the assessment of research quality and impact in the arts and humanities took place on Friday 16 January 2015, 1030 to 1630 GMT at the Scarman Conference Centre, University of Warwick, UK. I have uploaded to figshare a dataset of 821 Tweets tagged with #HEFCEmetrics published during the day of the event.
We have uploaded to figshare a dataset including data from Tweets publicly published with #mla15 during the days of the conference.
I have uploaded file contains a dataset of ∼ 2958 Tweets tagged with #ili2014 (case not sensitive).
I have uploaded a new dataset to figshare: A #HEFCEmetrics Twitter Archive.
I made a quick alluvial diagram showing the publisher, access and license types of the top 100 papers in our dataset.
Yesterday I shared a spreadsheet containing references to 497 papers on Ebola including the access and license type of each paper. These were crowdsourced by a group of us over a period of a week.
An update linking to two of my outputs from the Higher Education Academy’s Digital Humanities Summit (7-8 May 2014, Lewes, UK).
Figshare is a repository where users can make all of their research outputs available in a citable, shareable and discoverable manner. In this post I list my most recent uploads.
I shared two first drafts of a couple of alluvial charts I made visualising a dataset of the 25 highest scoring peer-reviewed articles with the term "Africa" in the title.