Citation circles

Here’s another slide – some chemistry journal citation stats; interpret as you see fit!

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2 Responses to Citation circles

  1. Very pretty but probably not the best way to present these data – difficult to judge the ratio of areas, and hence difficult to interpret. I like the other graph a lot though! I didn’t realise PLOS One was so huge; I’ve probably only read a couple dozen papers from it ever.

  2. stu says:

    Fair point! I guess I was focusing too much on pretty…

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