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Primerjava citiranosti in uporabe člankov iz mednarodnih znanstvenih revij : primer konzorcijev v Sloveniji
ID Plaznik, Urška (Author), ID Južnič, Primož (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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S primerjavo citiranosti in uporabe člankov mednarodnih znanstvenih revij smo želeli raziskati odnos med bibliometrijskimi in altmetrijskimi merili. Analizirali smo podatke o prenosih člankov znanstvenih revij treh največjih servisov znanstvenih elektronskih revij v Sloveniji: ScienceDirect, SpringerLink in Wiley Online Library. Uporabili smo statistike uporabe Centralne tehniške knjižnice iz let 2013, 2015 in 2017 in jih primerjali z dejavnikom vpliva revije SJR iz podatkovne baze SCImago. Namen raziskave je bil predstaviti povezavo med številom prenosov člankov znanstvenih revij v PDF ali HMTL obliki iz posameznih znanstvenih revij in podatki o analizi citiranja člankov iz istih revij glede na bibliometrijsko merilo dejavnik vpliva revije. Potrdili smo, da je seznam znanstvenih revij, katerih članki imajo največ prenosov, skozi leta stabilen. Hipoteze, da spremenjen obseg/število revij posameznega založnika znanstvene literature ne vpliva na število prenosov člankov revij, nismo ne ovrgli in ne potrdili. Glavno med tremi raziskovalnimi vprašanji je bilo: Ali imajo znanstvene revije z višjimi dejavniki vpliva revije več prenosov člankov kot revije z nižjimi dejavniki vpliva revije? Ugotovili smo, da imajo znanstvene revije v prvem kvartilu večje možnosti za dosego večjega števila prenosov člankov, kot revije v drugem, tretjem ali četrtem kvartilu. Revije v višjem kvartilu imajo tudi večje povprečno število prenosov člankov, čeprav ima večje število prenosov člankov kot revije iz nižjega kvartila le nekaj odstotkov revij iz višjega kvartila. Hipotezo, da imajo revije z višjimi dejavniki vpliva revije večje možnosti za več prenosov člankov kot revije z nižjimi dejavniki vpliva revije, lahko potrdimo, čeprav so seveda možne izjeme. Altmetrijska merila so primerna za dopolnitev bibliometrijskih meril. Na podlagi teh lahko knjižnice preko ponudnikov uporabnikom zagotavljajo najkakovostnejše informacijske vire.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:bibliometrija, altmetrija, citiranje, prenosi člankov, knjižnični konzorciji, Slovenija, bolonjske magistrske naloge
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Publisher:[U. Plaznik]
Year:2018
Number of pages:81 f.
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-107661 This link opens in a new window
UDC:027.7:334.752:004.62(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:68007266 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:10.05.2019
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Language:English
Abstract:
By comparing citations and use of articles from international scientific journals, we wanted to explore the relationship between bibliometric and altmetrics indicators. We analyzed data on the articles downloads of the three largest providers of scientific electronic journals in Slovenia: ScienceDirect, SpringerLink and Wiley Online Library. Usage statistics from The Central Technological Library at the University of Ljubljana (CTK) for years 2013, 2015 and 2017 were compared with the journal impact factor SJR from the SCImago database. The purpose of the research was to present the link between the number of article downloads in PDF or HTML form and citation data from the same journals. We have confirmed that the list of scientific journals whose articles have the most downloads is stable over the years. The hypothesis that the changed number of journals of a particular publisher of scientific literature does not affect the number of article downloads, has not been confirmed or refuted. The main of the three research questions was: Do scientific journals with a higher journal impact factor have more article download than journals with a lower journal impact factor? We found out that scientific journals in the first quartile have a greater chance of reaching a larger number of article downloads than journals in the second, third or fourth quartiles. Journals in higher quartiles also have a greater average number of article downloads, although only a few percent of journals from the higher quartile have a larger number of article downloads than journals from the lower quartiles. The hypothesis that journals with a higher journal impact factor have a greater likelihood for a larger number of article downloads than journals with a lower journal impact factor can be confirmed, although exceptions are possible. Thus, altmetric indicators seem to be suitable for complementing bibliometric indicators. Based on these indicators, libraries can provide their users with the highest quality information.

Keywords:bibliometrics, altmetrics, citations, article downloads, libraries consortiums, Slovenia

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