Peter Jacso

Peter Jacso
University of Hawaiʻi · Information & Computer Sciences

MS Library & Information Science, Ph.D. Law and Jurisprudence

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January 1994 - January 2015
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
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  • Professor
January 1989 - May 2016
University of Hawaiʻi
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  • Professor

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Eugene Garfield came up with the idea of citation-based searching in the early 1950s, and followed it by releasing three unique databases, for the Sciences, Social Sciences, and Arts & Humanities, as well as a yearly Journal Citations Report for the Sciences and thee Social Sciences. It took more than four decades before other database publishers s...
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The open access SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR) service -built from data in the subscription-based Elsevier's Scopus database- offers bibliographic information and bibliometric indicators for nearly 20,000 journals and other serial publications for 1996-2011. Journals are assigned to 300+ pre-defined subject categories and 26 broad subject are...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to highlight the main features of the components of Proquest's giga database package for LIS faculty and students of databases and software services. These allow complimentary access to hundreds of indexing/abstracting, directory and full‐text databases, to RefWorks, the most sophisticated reference management...
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Purpose ‐ The purpose of this research is to analyze the volume of full-text coverage for 50 marketing-focused and marketing-related serial sources in the Ebsco Business Source Premier (BSP) and ProQuest ABI/INFORM Global (ABI) databases, focusing on the significant differences in the full-text availability of 21 journals which are common in the tw...
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Purpose ‐ The increasing availability of digital editions of journals, and/or the incorporation of the full-text versions of their papers in the largest aggregator databases, have been the highlights in the coming of age of digital libraries from many perspectives, ranging from collection development to preservation, from ready reference services t...
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Purpose – EigenFactor service went through some changes in 2011 before issuing the most current edition (EF‐2010) following the release of the 2010 edition of the Journal Citation Reports (JCR‐2010) in mid‐2011. Ranking journals by the EigenFactor Score (EFS) and the Article Influence Score (AIS) offered an additional pair of bibliometric indicator...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to review the software and content features of the Google Scholar Metrics (GSM) service launched in April 2012. Design/methodology/approach – The paper reviews GSM, examining the software, browsing, searching and sorting functions, citation matching and content. Findings – The paper reveals that the service...
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This paper reflects on the most current and some of the recent contributions of JK Vanclay, focusing on his methods, findings, and criticism about the journal citations reports and the web of science databases, the journal impact factor and the h-index. It is argued and demonstrated that some of the recent papers of the author about scientometric i...
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Purpose – Google Scholar has been increasingly used in the past six to seven years as a highly efficient information source and service by librarians and other information professionals. The problem is when Google Scholar is touted and used as a bibliometric/scientometric tool and resource in the assessment of the quantity (productivity) and qualit...
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Purpose ‐ Ulrich's Serials Analysis System (USAS) is based on Ulrich's Periodical Directory which has been an essential resource about periodical publications for 80 years, first in print, then later in CD-ROM and online versions. The purpose of this paper is to analyse the content and software features of USAS, based on tests made between July 201...
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Purpose – Seven years after the release of Google Scholar in 2004, it was enhanced by a new module, the Google Scholar Author Citation Tracker (GSACT), currently a small subset of the complete Google Scholar (GS) database. The aim of this paper is to focus on this enhancement. Design/methodology/approach – The paper discusses the Google Scholar Au...
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Purpose – This paper aims to look at the pros and cons of Microsoft Academic Search (MAS) from a bibliometric perspective. Design/methodology/approach – This paper describes the major content and software features of MAS, and its shortcomings. Findings – The paper recommends some further enhancements, and the use of care and caution when interpre...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the new version of the Web of Science (WoS) software. Design/methodology/approach – This paper discusses the new version of the Web of Science (WoS) software. Findings – The new version of the Web of Science (WoS) software released in mid‐2011 eliminated the 100,000‐record limit in the search resu...
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Purpose – This paper aims to discuss some caveats about the findings of Part 1 of the Royal Society's report from the perspective of the choice and reliability of the source base, and the bibliometric and scientometric indicators. Design/methodology/approach – The paper argues that the Royal Society's report gives too much emphasis to the growth r...
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Purpose – The h‐index has been used to evaluate research productivity and impact (as manifested by the number of publications and the number of citations received) at many levels of aggregations for various targets. The purpose of this paper is to examine the bibliometric characteristics of the largest multidisciplinary databases that are the most...
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Purpose – Many traditional commercial publishers realise that they need to rejuvenate at least the interface part of their software in order to keep up with the trends in online information retrieval, and information dissemination that cannot be sufficiently limited by the software equivalent of the “No solicitation” and “No trespass” signs. This p...
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Purpose – This purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the problems that exist with Google Scholar, particularly regarding content spam and citation spam. Design/methodology/approach – The paper provides an analysis of how Google Scholar has been duped by real but manipulated documents and reference lists, as well as by fake documents and refe...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyse the findings of two recently published papers (Norris and Oppenheim, 2003; and Li et al., 2010). Design/methodology/approach – The findings were analysed from the practitioner's perspective about the procedures involved in calculating the indicator values and the ranks and ratings. This was done wi...
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The paper attempts to quantify the impact of the scholarly publishing activity of Dr. Eugene Garfield, the founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Institute for Scientific Information, the father of citation indexing of academic literature. In the project the most current version of the Web of Science system was used with five of its component databas...
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Purpose – The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) is an advisory body to the higher and further education funding councils for England, Scotland and Wales, and the Department of Education of Northern Ireland in matters related to the use of information and communications technology in education and research. In the world of committees, it ha...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to compare the journal impact rankings of the open access SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR) database and the subscription‐based Journal Citation Reports (JCR). Design/methodology/approach – The paper looks at the SJR database which offers essential scientometric information for more than 17,000 scholarly a...
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Purpose – The traditional, annually issued Journal Citation Reports (JCR) have been enhanced since the 2007 edition by the Eigenfactor Scores (EFS), the Article Influence Scores (AIS) and the five‐year Journal Impact Factor (JIF‐5). This paper aims to focus on the issues. Design/methodology/approach – These scientometric indicators are also availa...
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Purpose – This sequel to the earlier testing and evaluation of the five‐year Journal Impact Factor (JIF‐5) in the enhanced version of the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) (released in January and July 2009 for the 2007 and 2008 journal collections, respectively) seeks to assess and compare the impact on the ranking of journals by two other performanc...
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Purpose – Google Scholar (GS) has shed the beta label on the fifth anniversary of launching its service. This paper aims to address this issue. Design/methodology/approach – As good as GS is – through its keyword search option – to find information about tens of millions of documents, many of them in open access full text format, it is as bad for...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to is to discuss the results of recent experiments in calculating the h‐index and other bibliometric and scientometric indicators from Google Scholar with the Publish or Perish software. Design/methodology/approach – The paper discusses the Publish or Perish (PoP) software and finds that is a swift and elegan...
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Peter Jacsó, University of Hawaii, US, shared his views on the content and features of earlier database and columns of ONLINE, Database, and EContent magazine. He stated that the magazine contained several significant articles and columns due to the availability of better database. He faced significant challenges in writing the pans, as he had to e...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to show that the extent of journal coverage, size and retrospectivity are three of the most commonly advertised features of database content. However, these data by themselves rarely provide a good enough sense of the real breadth of database coverage. Design/methodology/approach – Some easy‐to‐calculate meas...
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Péter Jacsó talked about the three sources that deal with the occupational health and safety reconnected with CISDOC, involved in a project to create a database from the tape version of the records of CISDOC, the indexing/abstracting database of the International Labor Organization (ILO). A version of CISDOC from CCOHS serves the dame content with...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the results of recent experiments in determining the h‐index at the country level for the 10 Ibero‐American countries of South America. Design/methodology/approach – The three citation index components (Science Citation Index, Social Science Citation Index, and Arts & Humanities Citation Index) of...
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A number of blogs are providing significant information about web developments in libraries. The first of these blogs is WoW!, which has been introduced by the Dutch librarian, Wouter Gerritsma, as an excellent blog providing information about library and information science issues. The significance of this blog will increase when it is updated wit...
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SCImago Journal Rank in collaboration with universities of Granada, Extremadura, and Carlos has started a project dedicated to information analysis, representation, and retrieval using visualization techniques. The Journal Rank uses a subset of Elsevier's Scopus as its data source that does not include any of the Information Today, Inc. (ITI) publi...
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Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to explore the extent of the absence of data elements that are critical from the perspective of scientometric evaluation of the scientific productivity and impact of countries in terms of the most common indicators – such as the number of publications, the number of citations and the impact factor (the ratio of...
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Skytrax and Kayak databases present the richest, informative, and free information combined with sophisticated software for airline travel and vacation. Skytrax claims to cover 620 airlines and 645 airports, and provides almost enough background on its free website. It has the experience in creating and editing daily score lists. The information it...
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Purpose – The purpose of this article is to review the alternatives and to demonstrate the easily measurable benefits of savvy searching for airfares. Design/methodology/approach – A desk‐based approach to data collection is used. Findings – It is found that by exploring the best deals through savvy searching can yield instantly measurable benefi...
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Some of the significant problems faced in accessing the PubMed database through the ReleMed, GoPubMed, and Cuil interfaces, are discussed. These are the variations of the PubMed database that have smart interface, search, and display features. The Cuil emerged as the most troublesome interface for accessing the PubMed database in 2008. Intelligent...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss how many web‐wide search engines are actually needed. Design/methodology/approach – This paper was researched by testing and reviewing different search engines and studying comparative papers about the popularity of web‐wide search engines. Findings – The author tests and reviews the new search en...
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The overviews of new databases PubMed Central (PMC), Royal Society Publishing (RSP), and British Library Direct Service, are presented. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has developed PMC, which has 1.6 million full-text searchable articles from 400 journals in HTML and PDF format. PMC also has many best biomedical and life science journals,...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper, the fourth in a series, is to discuss the pros and cons of the h‐index in the Web of Science (WoS). Design/methodology/approach – The paper looks at the content and software advantages and disadvantages of WoS from the perspective of calculating the h‐index as a single measure of published research output and i...
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The Physical Review On-Line Archive (PROLA) database, developed by American Physical Society (APS), search information for its own journals. The PROLA uses Autonomy's Verity software and has good interface and information about the citedness of papers. PROLA has a keyword-in-context display format to display the context of the matching parts of the...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the pros and cons of computing the h‐index using Scopus. Design/methodology/approach – The paper looks at the content features and the software capabilities of Scopus from the perspective of computing a reasonable h‐index for scholars. Findings – Although there are limitations in the content, and...
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The OECD.Stat is a portal and search engine for statistical data set developed by the Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development. The OCED.Stat can search 50 statistical database compiled by OECD covering the demographic, economic, labor, health, and educational indicators. The OECD.Stat allow to browse through categories and subcategorie...
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Purpose – A previous paper by the present author described the pros and cons of using the three largest cited reference enhanced multidisciplinary databases and discussed and illustrated in general how the theoretically sound idea of the h‐index may become distorted depending on the software and the content of the database(s) used, and the searcher...
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Péter Jacsó, University of Hawaii, has focused on BOSS, the Big Orange Search System of Oklahoma State University representing advanced catalog, E-LIS (Eprints in Library and Information Science Homepage), and the digital library of Haworth Press, Inc. BOSS, which offers advanced and very informative context and visual clues, allows users to narrow...
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Purpose – This paper aims to provide a general overview, to be followed by a series of papers focusing on the analysis of pros and cons of the three largest, cited‐reference‐enhanced, multidisciplinary databases (Google Scholar, Scopus, and Web of Science) for determining the h‐index. Design/methodology/approach – The paper focuses on the analysis...
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This paper focuses on the practical limitations in the content and software of the databases that are used to calculate the h-index for assessing the publishing productivity and impact of researchers. To celebrate F. W. Lancaster's biological age of seventy-five, and "scientific age" of forty-five, this paper discusses the related features of Googl...
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Three web-born databases, namely Amazon.com, Google Book Search and Google Scholar, for exploring various documents for reference and research purpose are discussed. The excellent software of Amazon perfectly blends with its large collection of 12 million book records and about 1 million full-text articles that are constantly being enriched. The be...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to revisit Google Scholar. Design/methodology/approach – This paper discusses the strengths and weaknesses of Google Scholar. Findings – The Google Books project has given a massive and valuable boost to the already rich and diverse content of Google Scholar. The downside of the growth is that significant ga...
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The open access Terrorism knowledge Base (TKB) from the national Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT) integrates and makes accessible a variety of database types related to terrorism and terrorists. The International Security and Counter-Terrorism Reference Center (ISCTRC) from EBSCO happens to be freely available through MIPT...
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Purpose – The underlying software issue related to cited references is the capability of the software to identify the specific work cited by a reference, and associate it with the correct author and journal. This paper aims to investigate this issue and to discuss the latest editions of Web of Science (WoS) and Scopus. Design/methodology/approach...
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Informatics India Ltd. has played an important role in the information industry inside India for 30 years, and now has expanded its services across the world through Open J-Gate service. This service provides similar functionality for anyone, anywhere, to English-language open access papers published in more than 4000 journals. Open J-Gate has very...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss databases with cited references. Design/methodology/approach – The paper considers the dimensions of cited reference enhanced database subsets. Findings – The typical database has the ski slope shape, as there is a fairly steady, gradual growth in the yearly number of records added. This is not true...
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Some of the travel-related sites where a user can save hundreds of dollars on a single trip are discussed. One of such site is ITA Software, which is licensed by several airlines such as Continental, Hawaiian Airlines, Alitalia and Web travel agencies such as Kayak, Orbitz. Orbitz. ITA Software (www.itasoftware.com) is actually a directory database...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the sizes of databases. Design/methodology/approach – The paper illustrates the various dimensions of some library and information science (LIS) databases and database subsets, and the implications of these differences. Findings – Enhancements of database records by cited references have great pot...
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Some of the significant features of three digital versions of several articles from publishers, such as SpringerLink, Blackwell Synergy, Wiley Interscience, are discussed. Springer was one of the first publishers to make its journal collection available in digital format, to subscribers. It successfully implemented the expensive and capable Verity...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to further examine clustering search results. Design/methodology/approach – The paper describes and illustrates the most powerful synergy created by the intelligent combination of metasearching and clustering on the fly through Central Search and PolyMeta. Findings – The study finds that the combination of m...
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CSA Illustrata, Gale Virtual Refence Library (GVRL), and Cambridge Journals are some of the advanced database systems that help users retrieve significant information effectively. CSA Illustrata database is one of the most innovate information retrieval systems that enables users to extract information from more than 165,000 scholarly articles. It...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine clustering search results. Design/methodology/approach – Compares the clustering features of Web of Science, Scopus and Google Scholar extensively. Findings – Producers who offer clustering, despite certain deficiencies, deserve acknowledgement for implementing these tools which facilitate the sea...
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North Carolina State University and Plymouth State University have developed online public access catalogues (OPAC), which help to arrange books, serials, A/V materials, maps and government documents in libraries. North Carolina State University's Endeca catalogue provides metadata that helps to retrieve a set of 186 records, which can be restored...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine clustering search results. Traditionally, search results from professional online information services presented the results in reverse chronological order. Later, relevance ranking was introduced for ordering the display of the hits on the result list to separate the wheat from the chaff. Design/m...
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Serial Solution's federated Central Search has become an effective resource discovery tool after its enhancement by ViVísimo's clustering engine, in October, 2006. Central Search provide the best mix of the abstracting and indexing (A&I)and full-text databases, journal archives, digital encyclopedias, and ready-reference sources to which librarians...
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Purpose – The aim of this paper is to examine open access ready reference suites. Design/methodology/approach – The paper discusses various reference sources represented in the open access domain of the web. Findings – The paper finds that, in spite of the variety of open access reference suites mentioned, it is still advisable to be on the looko...
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Three digital document delivery services, which include PubMed Central, BioMed Central (BMC), and BL Direct services, are discussed. PubMed Central (PMC) represents the zenith, offering free search and open access to the full text of more than half a million scholarly articles in medicine and other life sciences. BioMed Central (BMC) service offers...
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Purpose – The purpose of this article is to discuss open access to scholarly full‐text documents. Design/methodology/approach – Discusses open access to scholarly full‐text documents. Findings – The paper shows that while open access archives are good for the majority, for publishers, editors and authors, open access articles can substantially in...
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Purpose – The purpose of this article is to discuss open access to scholarly indexing/abstracting information. Design/methodology/approach – Discusses open access to scholarly indexing/abstracting information. Findings – Open access versions of the traditional ready reference tools cannot always substitute for the commercial, subscription‐based i...
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The ebrary Discover services offer free reading of books and provide open access Library and Information Science &Technology Abstracts (LISTA) database from EBSCO. The database offers librarians and information professionals free and substantial A&I databases of library and information science and technology documents. These services are provided b...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to clarify some issues regarding citation indexing, analysis and searching. Design/methodology/approach – The paper begins with a discussion on an article in the D‐Lib Magazine and then focuses on deflated citation counts and inflated and phantom citation counts. Findings – The combination of the inflated ci...
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The GeoScienceWorld (GSW), assisted by HighWire Press is a consortium of seven largest non profit geoscience organizations to create an abstracting/indexing and full-text database of the journal literature of earth sciences. OpenDOAR, a directory of Open Access Repositories, is a collaboration between the University of Nottingham in the U. K. and t...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss dubious hit counts in search results. Design/methodology/approach – Uses not only traditional databases and search engines but also unique citation databases to gain informative hit figures. Findings – Searches are finding materials that are clearly not scholarly materials. Originality/value – Sh...
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The views of Péter Jasćo on the government databases of the Publications Warehouse of the US Geological Survey (USGS) and the Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) from the US Department of Transportation. The Publications warehouse is just one of its many valuable digital resources about earthly matters. TRIS, produced and maintained...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the issue of pertinence when using search databases. Design/methodology/approach – Several information systems are evaluated to show how user preferences are accommodated. Findings – The paper shows that the word “relevance” is the preferred term to “pertinence” when using English language databas...
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An increasing number of online information services calculate and report the citedness score of the source documents and provide a link to the group of records of the citing documents. The citedness score depends on the breadth of source coverage, and the ability of the software to identify the cited documents correctly. The citedness score may be...
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Purpose – The purpose of this article is to look into relevance ranking and its importance in trying to bring some order to the deluge of results in response to a query. Design/methodology/approach – A large-scale analysis of detailed web logs of various search engines was performed. Sample tests were made on five to eight versions of MEDLINE, ERIC...
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The Aardvark Web portal, focusing on library and information technology in Asia, and the new Web edition of ITI's journal citation reports, are presented. The former provides current information about projects, conference, exhibits and other events, organizations, and developments in the fields of library and information science in Asia. The latter...
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Purpose – To compare the performance of different search engines, highlighting the overlap and rank differences. Design/methodology/approach – Presents results of an overlap test search series among traditional CD‐ROM indexing/abstracting databases since the mid‐1980s, web databases, and authors' own polysearch engine, and reviews Google Scholar....
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Information related to the features and services provided by HubMed, National Information STandards Organization (NISO), and Extenza is presented. HubMed, developed by Alf Eaton, is an extension over the PubMed and extracts data elements such as ID, title, DOI from the records retrieved. from the PubMed. HubMed then inserts these data elements into...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the growing importance of information available when searching for cited papers Design/methodology/approach – Looks at the different formats available when searching for cited papers and how these formats can be manipulated to provide more relevant information. Findings – Although progress has bee...
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A comparative study on different features of HighWire Press, Digital Library for Information Science and Technology (DLIST) and FindArticles, the three content service providers, is presented. HighWire Press online search and delivery platform contains maximum of journals on social sciences published by SAGE. The content in HighWire's SAGE subset i...
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Purpose – Aims to discuss the various options for presenting the output of the search results of various online information systems. Design/methodology/approach – Investigates and evaluates various methods of presenting search results employed by certain online information systems. Findings – Different online information systems have different st...
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The developments made by many digital publishers in digital libraries and access capabilities that made their publishing available at an affordable or no cost to the users are discussed. The National Academies Press has a collection of more than 3,000 free digital books. ELPUP Digital Library has a relatively small but worthy collection of the full...
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Purpose – To identify the pros and the cons of Google Scholar. Design/methodology/approach – Chronicles the recent history of the Google Scholar search engine from its inception in November 2004 and critiques it with regard to its merits and demerits. Findings – Feels that there are massive content omissions presently but that, with future change...
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The benefits and features of three information services namely, ITI Infocentral Digital Archive, Clusty and Infotrieve's ArticleFinder 2.0 service are discussed. ITI InfoCentral Digital Archive derives all its content from Information Today, Inc. (ITI), which in turn own the periodicals for practicing information professionals and is a very-well-im...
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Purpose – To identify the qualities of various browsable indexes of cited references. Design/methodology/approach – Investigates existing browsable indexes and their implementation. Findings – Reveals the advantages and disadvantages of the systems investigated. Originality/value – This paper is valuable to those who want to identify a good brow...
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Various features of databases like Published International Literature On Traumatic Stress (PILOTS), RedLightGreen and Kluwer Online Journals are discussed. PILOTS is a free indexing/abstracting database of traumatic stress-related documents, including hundreds of full-text articles and links to open access and subscription-based articles. RedLightG...
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Citation searching has been available for decades, although in a limited form. This article discusses the advantages and limitations of searching by cited references, and also some alternatives in searching for cited references, before presenting a case study involving citation searching in full-text indexes.
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Databases such as ISI Web of Science, Scopus, and SPORTDiscus are presented. ISI Web of Science and Scopus, represent the state of the art in indexing/abstracting databases. Scopus has records accumulated from abstracting/indexing databases of Elsevier and MEDLINE, the ScienceDirect archive of the Elsevier journals, some open access Web components...
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There are many options available to savvy searchers to help focus topical searches. These include limiting the search to one or more specific fields, such as title, descriptor or abstract in full-text databases to eliminate items where the search term(s) occur only in the full-text, often just mentioned in passing. This article looks at systems tha...
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The CiteBase Search information service of the University of Southampton, the archive of the Institute of Physics (IoP), and the Google's index to scholarly archives, are discussed. In the Citebase search, at the article level, the records include informative citation and impact statistics enhanced by citation analysis and tables. In the archive fr...
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Cited references form an integral part of scholarly articles. They are included in the digital versions of course, but they do not necessarily provide any extra functionality. The most essential digital feature is to make the cited references hot-linked. This article looks at the implementation of cited references in full-text databases offered dir...
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The features of Metacritic, New York Times book review archive, and booklist archive of ALA Web site are discussed. Metacritic shows a very smart model for extracting, analyzing, compressing, synthesizing, and visualizing information. It is suggested that Metacritic would also cover book reviews and would give the highest weight factor to The New Y...
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Provides an introductory look at what savvy users should know about the implications of having information about cited references in I/A records. Looks at the more sophisticated, link-enabled cited references and the novel citation scores in full-text collections, then discusses the alternatives for searching efficiently by elements of cited refere...