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BIP! DB: a dataset of impact measures for scientific publications

Vergoulis T., Kanellos I., Atzori C., Mannocci A., Chatzopoulos S., La Bruzzo S., Manola N., Manghi P.

Scientometrics  Information Retrieval (cs.IR)  Research assessment  FOS: Computer and information sciences  Computer Science - Information Retrieval  Digital Libraries (cs.DL)  Computer Science - Digital Libraries  Research impact 

The growth rate of the number of scientific publications is constantly increasing, creating important challenges in the identification of valuable research and in various scholarly data management applications, in general. In this context, measures which can effectively quantify the scientific impact could be invaluable. In this work, we present BIP! DB, an open dataset that contains a variety of impact measures calculated for a large collection of more than 100 million scientific publications from various disciplines.

Source: WWW 2021 - Companion of the World Wide Web Conference, pp. 456–460, Online conference, 13/04/2021

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BibTeX entry
	title = {BIP! DB: a dataset of impact measures for scientific publications},
	author = {Vergoulis T. and Kanellos I. and Atzori C. and Mannocci A. and Chatzopoulos S. and La Bruzzo S. and Manola N. and Manghi P.},
	doi = {10.1145/3442442.3451369 and 10.48550/arxiv.2101.12001},
	booktitle = {WWW 2021 - Companion of the World Wide Web Conference, pp. 456–460, Online conference, 13/04/2021},
	year = {2021}

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