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Bibliometrics in practice: how to generate reports for institutions - v2.0 / 2019

Daniel Torres-Salinas

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  "description": "<p>In an institutional context and at a professional level, one of our main tasks is to carry out bibliometric reports. These studies are essential because they are used by managers to make decisions (distribution of funds, recruitment of personnel, planning of research lines, etc.). In this talk we will explain how to make a global bibliometric report of an institution, we use as a case study the University of Granada. We focus on these topics: 1) General considerations: target, selection of indicators, objectives, etc.); 2) what sources of information can be used; 3) How to contextualize and interpret the indicators; 4) How to compare the results with other institutions (Benchmarking); 5) How to make graphs and tables; and 6) Dissemination of results and data.</p>", 
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      "affiliation": "Universidad de Granada", 
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      "name": "Daniel Torres-Salinas"
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  "datePublished": "2019-07-20", 
  "version": "2.0 - July 2019", 
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    "research evaluation", 
    "university level"
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    "alternateName": "ESSS", 
    "location": "Leuven, Belgium", 
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    "name": "European Summer School for Scientometrics"
  "name": "Bibliometrics in practice:  how to generate reports for institutions - v2.0 / 2019"
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