Collaboration Patterns and Impact of Sharing at CHIIR

Toine Bogers, Birger Larsen, Marijn Koolen, Maria Gäde, Mark Michael Hall, Vivien Petras

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We studied the collaboration patterns of CHIIR authors, and found that most papers are collaborative. A core of 33% of the CHIIR researchers are directly connected and frequently co-author, and several disconnected clusters also make frequent CHIIR contributions.
We also studied citation impact of the CHIIR papers and show that in relation to research design type, theoretical and empirical papers tend to receive more citations than resource papers. With regards to sharing and re-use, papers that share at least one resource tend to have significantly higher citation impact—in particular when sharing data resources and design resources. Re-using resources does not significantly increase citation impact in itself.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelCHIIR '23
SubtitelProceedings of the 2023 Connference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval
UitgeverijAssociation for Computing Machinery, Inc
Aantal pagina's8
StatusGepubliceerd - 2023


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