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This page is an interlay for (scholarly) citation graphs.
1. What are these for / what is their scope;
2. What things like this exist now for various contexts;
3. How are these updated, by which curators + what processes;
4. What are the upstream and downstream sources + derivatives; and
5. What do we want the above to become, in the fullness of time?
Compiling a global citation graph (or a subset relevant to your current research context), in a format that’s convenient for [re]calculating metrics and training models.
A concordance of citation graphs!
Concordance: does one exist? Else what’s a good template for one
Lists of resources: (github-awesome lists) (wp list of graphs)
List of academic databases: includes Internet Archive Scholar, fatcat
Microsoft Academic / Open Academic Graph
Internal graphs @ metrics-providers
Web of Science
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ImpactStory: https://profiles.impactstory.org/ (alt metrics)
Microsoft Academic Graph changed the landscape of possibility for uses of citation graphs.
It was mostly-complete and mostly-free to reuse, at launch 7 years ago.
It was updated by a talented team at MS, which did extensive document-processing on a wide range of source formats.
It quickly became a staple of any aggregator of such data, and people started to rely on its identifiers, author-identification, and topic-mapping