Jesper W. Schneider

According to our database1, Jesper W. Schneider authored at least 24 papers between 2004 and 2019.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2019
Examining national citation impact by comparing developments in a fixed and a dynamic journal set.
Scientometrics, 2019

2018
Response to commentary on "Is NHST logically flawed".
Scientometrics, 2018

NHST is still logically flawed.
Scientometrics, 2018

2017
Some considerations about causes and effects in studies of performance-based research funding systems.
J. Informetrics, 2017

Identifying potential "breakthrough" publications using refined citation analyses: Three related explorative approaches.
JASIST, 2017

2016
The imaginarium of statistical inference when data are the population: Comments to Williams and Bornmann.
J. Informetrics, 2016

2015
Null hypothesis significance tests. A mix-up of two different theories: the basis for widespread confusion and numerous misinterpretations.
Scientometrics, 2015

Publications or Citations - Does it Matter? Beneficiaries in Two Different Versions of a National Bibliometric Performance Model, an Existing Publication-based and a Suggested Citation-based Model.
Proceedings of ISSI 2015 Istanbul: 15th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference, 2015

2014
A review of the characteristics of 108 author-level bibliometric indicators.
Scientometrics, 2014

2013
Caveats for using statistical significance tests in research assessments.
J. Informetrics, 2013

2012
Ranking national research systems by citation indicators. A comparative analysis using whole and fractionalised counting methods.
J. Informetrics, 2012

2010
Reconsideration of the simulated work task situation: a context instrument for evaluation of information retrieval interaction.
Proceedings of the Information Interaction in Context Symposium, 2010

2009
Second international symposium on information interaction in context.
SIGIR Forum, 2009

A comparative study of first and all-author co-citation counting, and two different matrix generation approaches applied for author co-citation analyses.
Scientometrics, 2009

Analyzing cross-reference transactions between authors by use of an asymmetric proximity measure and multidimensional unfolding.
Proceedings of the Thriving on Diversity: Information Opportunities in a Pluralistic World, 2009

2007
Matrix comparison, Part 2: Measuring the resemblance between proximity measures or ordination results by use of the mantel and procrustes statistics.
JASIST, 2007

Matrix comparison, Part 1: Motivation and important issues for measuring the resemblance between proximity measures or ordination results.
JASIST, 2007

2006
Concept symbols revisited: Naming clusters by parsing and filtering of noun phrases from citation contexts of concept symbols.
Scientometrics, 2006

Review of: Spink, Amanda and Cole, Charles (Eds.) New directions in cognitive information retrieval. Dordrecht; London: Springer. 2005.
Inf. Res., 2006

The doctoral forum at the first IIiX symposium.
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Information Interaction in Context, 2006

2005
Verification of bibliometric methods' applicability for thesaurus construction.
SIGIR Forum, 2005

A Bibliometric-Based Semi-automatic Approach to Identification of Candidate Thesaurus Terms: Parsing and Filtering of Noun Phrases from Citation Contexts.
Proceedings of the Context: Nature, Impact, and Role, 2005

2004
Introduction to bibliometrics for construction and maintenance of thesauri: Methodical considerations.
Journal of Documentation, 2004

Mapping scientific frontiers: The quest for knowledge visualization.
JASIST, 2004


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