Graphic feed: launching Tenurometer or, audit culture and the mining of Google Scholar

Source: Tenurometer (2009), developed by Diep Thi Hoang & Fil Menczer, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University Bloomington.

3 thoughts on “Graphic feed: launching Tenurometer or, audit culture and the mining of Google Scholar

  1. @myra: Why non-transparent? Anyone can verify that Google Scholar results are not filtered. This is no different from trusting applications such as Publish or Perish, which also act as front-end to Google Scholar. Cheers.

  2. The tool has changed name a few months ago to Scholarometer.indiana.edu.

    The Scholarometer data is now publicly available through an API — details at http://scholarometer.indiana.edu/api.html

    One can also use a new widget to place impact analysis data on one’s homepage/blog.

    Visit the Scholarometer homepage regularly for other new features!

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