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The Use of Social Media to Increase the Impact of Health Research: Systematic Review

The Use of Social Media to Increase the Impact of Health Research: Systematic Review

Altmetrics were defined as web-sourced metrics and qualitative data that are complementary to traditional, citation-based bibliometrics [15].

Marco Bardus, Rola El Rassi, Mohamad Chahrour, Elie W Akl, Abdul Sattar Raslan, Lokman I Meho, Elie A Akl

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e15607


Understanding Drug Repurposing From the Perspective of Biomedical Entities and Their Evolution: Bibliographic Research Using Aspirin

Understanding Drug Repurposing From the Perspective of Biomedical Entities and Their Evolution: Bibliographic Research Using Aspirin

Swanson [26] demonstrated that bibliometrics can be a useful approach to knowledge discovery and recommended that his method could be extended to other disconnected sets of scientific literature to enable cross-disciplinary innovation [28].

Xin Li, Justin F. Rousseau, Ying Ding, Min Song, Wei Lu

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(6):e16739


Web 2.0 Applications in Medicine: Trends and Topics in the Literature

Web 2.0 Applications in Medicine: Trends and Topics in the Literature

These tools have gradually influenced the world of research [2,3], especially in biology and medicine [4-9], and their use is increasingly common, notably with the arrival of “digital natives” in laboratories [10,11].Bibliometrics is a helpful and widely used

Christophe Boudry

Med 2 0 2015;4(1):e2


Assessing the Dissemination of COVID-19 Articles Across Social Media With Altmetric and PlumX Metrics: Correlational Study

Assessing the Dissemination of COVID-19 Articles Across Social Media With Altmetric and PlumX Metrics: Correlational Study

Previous studies have assessed the utility of new bibliometrics (ie, AASs and PlumX scores) as complements to citation count in various medical fields, but these studies have reported variable results [4,9,10,12,13].

Haley N Tornberg, Carine Moezinia, Chapman Wei, Simone A Bernstein, Chaplin Wei, Refka Al-Beyati, Theodore Quan, David J Diemert

J Med Internet Res 2021;23(1):e21408


Conversational Interfaces for Health: Bibliometric Analysis of Grants, Publications, and Patents

Conversational Interfaces for Health: Bibliometric Analysis of Grants, Publications, and Patents

Using bibliographic data, SNA expands the scope of bibliometrics by revealing the co-authorship among different research units [31,32].

Zhaopeng Xing, Fei Yu, Jian Du, Jennifer S. Walker, Claire B. Paulson, Nandita S. Mani, Lixin Song

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(11):e14672


Systematic Evaluation of Research Progress on Natural Language Processing in Medicine Over the Past 20 Years: Bibliometric Study on PubMed

Systematic Evaluation of Research Progress on Natural Language Processing in Medicine Over the Past 20 Years: Bibliometric Study on PubMed

Regarding the analysis and research, the studies by Cobo et al [17,18] define bibliometrics as the use of statistical methods for quantitative assessment of academic output.

Jing Wang, Huan Deng, Bangtao Liu, Anbin Hu, Jun Liang, Lingye Fan, Xu Zheng, Tong Wang, Jianbo Lei

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(1):e16816


Two h-Index Benchmarks for Evaluating the Publication Performance of Medical Informatics Researchers

Two h-Index Benchmarks for Evaluating the Publication Performance of Medical Informatics Researchers

Hirsh designed the h-index to avoid the problems of other common bibliometrics, such as the total number of papers, total number of citations, number of citations per paper, number of significant papers with >y citations (y is determined by the evaluator

Khaled El Emam, Luk Arbuckle, Elizabeth Jonker, Kevin Anderson

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(5):e144