Rodrigo Costas
Rodrigo Costas
Other namesRodrigo Costas Comesaña, Rodrigo Costas-Comesana
CWTS Leiden University
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Do “altmetrics” correlate with citations? Extensive comparison of altmetric indicators with citations from a multidisciplinary perspective
R Costas, Z Zahedi, P Wouters
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66 (10 …, 2015
The h-index: Advantages, limitations and its relation with other bibliometric indicators at the micro level
R Costas, M Bordons
Journal of informetrics 1 (3), 193-203, 2007
How well developed are altmetrics? A cross-disciplinary analysis of the presence of ‘alternative metrics’ in scientific publications
Z Zahedi, R Costas, P Wouters
Scientometrics 101, 1491-1513, 2014
Characterizing social media metrics of scholarly papers: The effect of document properties and collaboration patterns
S Haustein, R Costas, V Larivière
PloS one 10 (3), e0120495, 2015
Meta-assessment of bias in science
D Fanelli, R Costas, JPA Ioannidis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (14), 3714-3719, 2017
Users, narcissism and control: tracking the impact of scholarly publications in the 21st century
P Wouters, R Costas
SURFfoundation 2, 847-857, 2012
Misconduct policies, academic culture and career stage, not gender or pressures to publish, affect scientific integrity
D Fanelli, R Costas, V Larivière
PloS one 10 (6), e0127556, 2015
New data, new possibilities: Exploring the insides of Altmetric. com
N Robinson-García, D Torres-Salinas, Z Zahedi, R Costas
arXiv preprint arXiv:1408.0135, 2014
A bibliometric classificatory approach for the study and assessment of research performance at the individual level: The effects of age on productivity and impact
R Costas, TN Van Leeuwen, M Bordons
Journal of the American society for information science and technology 61 (8 …, 2010
Interpreting" altmetrics": Viewing acts on social media through the lens of citation and social theories
S Haustein, TD Bowman, R Costas
In C.R. Sugimoto (Ed.). Theories of informetrics and scholarly communication …, 2016
Scientists have most impact when they're free to move
CR Sugimoto, N Robinson-García, DS Murray, A Yegros-Yegros, ...
Nature 550 (7674), 29-31, 2017
Is g-index better than h-index? An exploratory study at the individual level
R Costas, M Bordons
Scientometrics 77 (2), 267-288, 2008
Evidence of open access of scientific publications in Google Scholar: A large-scale analysis
A Martín-Martín, R Costas, T Van Leeuwen, ED López-Cózar
Journal of informetrics 12 (3), 819-841, 2018
F 1000 Recommendations as a potential new data source for research evaluation: A comparison with citations
L Waltman, R Costas
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 65 (3 …, 2014
Self-citations at the meso and individual levels: effects of different calculation methods
R Costas, T van Leeuwen, M Bordons
Scientometrics 82 (3), 517-537, 2010
Do age and professional rank influence the order of authorship in scientific publications? Some evidence from a micro-level perspective
R Costas, M Bordons
Scientometrics 88 (1), 145-161, 2011
The unbearable emptiness of tweeting—About journal articles
N Robinson-Garcia, R Costas, K Isett, J Melkers, D Hicks
PLoS one 12 (8), e0183551, 2017
Approaching the “reward triangle”: General analysis of the presence of funding acknowledgments and “peer interactive communication” in scientific publications
R Costas, TN Van Leeuwen
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63 (8 …, 2012
Using Google Scholar in research evaluation of humanities and social science programs: A comparison with Web of Science data
AAM Prins, R Costas, TN van Leeuwen, PF Wouters
Research Evaluation 25 (3), 264-270, 2016
Link-based approach to study scientific software usage: The case of VOSviewer
E Orduña-Malea, R Costas
Scientometrics 126 (9), 8153-8186, 2021
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