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  1. Google Scholar’s Ranking Algorithm: The Impact of Citation Counts (An Empirical Study)

    • Some results of our first study were confirmed: Citation counts is the highest weighed factor in Google Scholar’s ranking algorithm. Highly cited articles are found significantly more often in higher positions than articles that are cited less often.

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  2. Google Scholar - Wikipedia

    Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. Released in beta in November 2004...

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  3. Google Scholar’s Ranking Algorithm: The Impact of Citation Counts (An Empirical Study)

    • 5.3 Graphs of Individual Search Queries. The graphs of the mean citation counts show a very clear interrelationship between an article‟s citation count and the way it is ranked by Google Scholar.

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  4. английский - Показатели цитирования Академии Google

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  5. English - Google Scholar Metrics

    • h5-index is the h-index for articles published in the last 5 complete years. It is the largest number h such that h articles published in 2012-2016 have at least h citations each.hide.

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  6. Google Scholar’s Ranking Algorithm: An | Citation Count (Ordinal)

    • The results are: Citation counts is the highest weighed factor in Google Scholar’s ranking algorithm. Therefore, highly cited articles are found significantly more often in higher positions than articles that have been cited less often.

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  7. Google Scholar‘s Ranking Algorithm: An | Citation Count (Ordinal)

    • The results are: Citation counts is the highest weighed factor in Google Scholar’s ranking algorithm. Therefore, highly cited articles are found significantly more often in higher positions than articles that have been cited less often.

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  8. Scholarly Literature for Google Scholar & Co | Position in Google Scholar Figure 3: Mean Citation Count per Position8

    • Scholarly authors can hardly do so: once an article is published, it is difficult and sometimes impossible to alter it.
    • This means that to achieve a good ranking in Google Scholar, many citations are essential.

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  9. Google Scholar’s Ranking Algorithm: The Impact of Citation Counts (An Empirical Study) | Joeran Beel - Academia.edu

    • Users weighed factor in Google Scholar’s ranking algorithm. Highly searching for standard literature should choose a search engine cited articles are found significantly more often in higher putting a high weight on citation counts.

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  10. Google Scholar’s Ranking Algorithm: The Impact of

    • While the first study provided a broad overview and the second study focused on researching the impact of citation counts, the current study focused on analyzing the correlation of an article’s age and its ranking in Google Scholar.

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