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Analysing scientific collaborations of new zealand institutions using scopus bibliometric data

Shaun C. Hendy; Samin Aref; David Friggens;
Open Access
  • Published: 08 Sep 2017
  • Publisher: ACM Press
Abstract
Comment: 10 pages, 15 figures, accepted author copy with link to research data, Analysing Scientific Collaborations of New Zealand Institutions using Scopus Bibliometric Data. In Proceedings of ACSW 2018: Australasian Computer Science Week 2018, January 29-February 2, 2018, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Subjects
free text keywords: Computer Science - Digital Libraries, Computer Science - Social and Information Networks, 91D30, 90B10, Systems science, Regional science, Political science, Scientometrics, National level, Not for profit organisations, Centrality, Government, Higher education, business.industry, business, Scopus, Data science
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