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over the past 2 years Nature for example currently has a JIF of 41456 which is generally interpreted to mean that over the past 2 years Nature articles have been cited on average about 41 times each But that number is easily misinterpreted For example if the citation counts of articles were like the heights of people then the average number would be informative Men are taller than women on average and indeed you can do better than random at predicting the height of people knowing nothing more than their sex But for the articles published in any given journal the distribution of citations is highly skewed A small fraction of influential papers get most of the citations whereas the vast majority of papers get few or none at all So the average number of citations is often highly misleading In particular the JIF has “two problems" says Lucas Carey a cell biologist at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona Spain who was not involved with the study One is that "it is meaningless as a predictive measure" he says meaning that publishing a paper in a high-impact journal does not necessarily mean that it is more likely to be cited The other problem he says is that "the way in which [the JIF] is calculated is opaque" The opacity comes from Thomson Reuters the private company that does the calculating It makes money by selling access to the Web of Science a detailed journal database and the citation data it curates are not public It takes work to get those citation data which must be gleaned from the reference sections of papers Journals use a variety of formats and some require citations to be greatly abbreviated making it difficult to identify the article being cited Typographic errors and outright mistakes also add to the data-cleaning challenge So why don’t journal publishers cooperate with each other using the Thomson Reuters database to calculate their own impact factors That idea crystallized at a meeting last year at the United Kingdom’s Royal Society says Stephen Curry a cell biologist at Imperial College London "It wasn’t hard to convince people" he says and "the core group coalesced organically in the months following" The 11 journals taking part in today’s data release are Science eLife The EMBO Journal the Journal of Informetrics the Proceedings of the Royal Society B three journals published by the Public Library of Science and Nature along with two of its sister journals In 2013 and 2014 those journals published more than 366000 research articles and 13000 review articles The team then combed through the Thomson Reuters database to count all citations to those articles in 2015 Vincent Larivière an expert on journal citations at the University of Montreal in Canada led the analysis of the data The results give more ammunition to JIF critics The citation distributions are so skewed that up to 75% of the articles in any given journal had lower citation counts than the journal’s average number So trying to use a journal’s JIF to forecast the impact of any particular paper is close to guesswork The analysis also revealed a large number of flaws in the Thomson Reuters database with citations unmatchable to known articles "We hope that this analysis helps to expose the exaggerated value attributed to the JIF and strengthens the contention that it is an inappropriate indicator for the evaluation of research or researchers" the team concludes in a preprint paper posted to bioRxiv The team reached out to Thomson Reuters with the analysis in hand says co-author Bernd Pulverer chief editor of The EMBO Journal in Heidelberg Germany "The discussion was actually rather constructive and Thomson Reuters wanted to continue the dialogue” he told ScienceInsider But “while they agreed to essentially all the key points we made they did not want to change anything that would collapse journal rankings as they see this as their key business asset" "The authors are correct to point out that JIF should only be used as an aid to understand the impact of a journal" says James Pringle Thomson Reuters’ head of Industry Development and Innovation IP & Science in Philadelphia Pennsylvania "JIF is a reflection of the citation performance of a journal as a whole unit not as an assembly of diverse published items" As for the errors in its database "Thomson Reuters’ editorial team continuously works with publishers identifying ways to improve item-level matching providing authors with simple processes to correct their records contributing to cross-industry initiatives and encouraging use of standard identifiers" Will the data release start a revolution Unlikely says David Smith an academic publishing expert in Oxfordshire UK, Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal and senior leader Shanta Kumar held separate consultations with central leaders but the mood in the camps remained quite belligerent, The court asked Delhi Police.

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