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<h1>A bibliometric study on the literature of Open Science and Open Access</h1> <h2>Team</h2> <ul> <li>Giannis Tsakonas (Library & Information Center, University of Patras, Greece)</li> <li>Sergios Lenis (University of Patras, Greece)</li> <li>Moses Boudourides (School of Professional Studies, Northwestern University, USA)</li> </ul> <h2>Methodology</h2> <h3>Query</h3> <p>We searched in all Clarivate Analytics' <a href="https://clarivate.com/products/web-of-science/" rel="nofollow">Web of Science</a> indexes, namely <code>SCI-EXPANDED, SSCI, A&HCI and ESCI</code> for the following query: <code>("Open Science") OR TITLE: ("Open Access") NOT TOPIC: (endoscop*) NOT TOPIC: (fish*) NOT TOPIC: (enteroscop*) NOT TOPIC: (schedul*) NOT TOPIC: (land) NOT TOPIC: (patien*) NOT TOPIC: (earth) NOT TOPIC: (DEM) NOT TOPIC: (cancer) NOT TOPIC: (bowel) NOT TOPIC: (cell*) NOT TOPIC: (X-Ray) NOT TOPIC: (densit*) NOT TOPIC: (NMR) NOT TOPIC: (gastroscop*)</code>. The results were narrowed to <code>1999-2018</code> and the initial export was <code>3,042 records</code> that after cleaning resulted to <code>2,846 records</code> . The content of the records was exported as <code>Full Record</code> in the <code>Tab Delimited UTF8 WIN</code> file format.</p> <h3>Processing</h3> <p>Three Zeppelin Notebooks were developed. <code>Zeppelin, a web-based notebook that enables interactive data analytics. You can make beautiful data-driven, interactive and collaborative documents with SQL, Scala and more.</code><a href="https://github.com/apache/zeppelin" rel="nofollow">Link</a></p> <p>Each one of these had as input the same CSV file, which after preprocessing it was cleaned from redundant columns and it was checked for syntactic consistency and error-prone characters. Standardized values in certain columns were coded to integers to enable accurate processing. During this coding certain variations were grouped to large categories. For instance, the Gold Open Access option included the DOAJ Gold records.</p> <h2>Results</h2> <p>The three notebooks are uploaded on <a href="https://www.zepl.com" rel="nofollow">Zepl</a>, <code>a powerful, collaborative data science analytics workspace</code>, for the sharing of data assets between data scientists. When you visit the Zepl environment please wait for a couple of seconds to load the notebook. You can interact with the data and see the values of each category or even change the visualization in order to explore the data in a better way.</p> <p>| Statistics | Timelines | Graphs | | --- | --- | --- | |The <a href="https://www.zepl.com/viewer/notebooks/bm90ZTovL2d0c2FrLzUyNDdhNWE0MmIyMTRkMGU5YmQ0OTVhNmY1NjQxMmNhL25vdGUuanNvbg" rel="nofollow">first notebook</a> analyzes the bibliographic records to produce general statistics indicators. @<a href="jdk87" rel="nofollow">osf</a> |The <a href="https://www.zepl.com/viewer/notebooks/bm90ZTovL2d0c2FrL2Q0ZjBkZThjMWY3NTQ4ZWM4MzRmZDk2ZTE1YWQ4YTdiL25vdGUuanNvbg" rel="nofollow">second notebook</a> produces timelines of the progress of the field. @<a href="cg8bw" rel="nofollow">osf</a>|The <a href="https://www.zepl.com/viewer/notebooks/bm90ZTovL2d0c2FrLzRiNzYzYzJmY2Q4ODQ5OWJiNTFhN2UxYTcyMzhiYTAxL25vdGUuanNvbg" rel="nofollow">third notebook</a> produces network graphs in order to reveal the connections of authors, publications, sources and access types. @<a href="u4arx" rel="nofollow">osf</a>|</p> <h2>Publications</h2> <ul> <li>Tsakonas, G., Lenis, S. & Boudourides, M. (2019). <a href="https://osf.io/u7azn/wiki/LIBER2019/" rel="nofollow">A bibliometric study on the literature of Open Science and Open Access</a>. In 48th Annual Conference of LIBER, 26-28 June 2019, Dublin, Ireland.</li> <li>Boudourides, M., Lenis, S. & Tsakonas, G. (2019). <a href="https://osf.io/u7azn/wiki/EUSN2019/" rel="nofollow">An Assortativity Analysis of Co-Authorship Networks and Authors’ Swing among Various Types of Open Access of Sources of Publications on "Open Science" from 1999 to 2018</a>. 4th European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN 2019), September 9-11, 2019, Zurich, Switzerland.</li> </ul>
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