We offer publication metric services for the management of higher education community, faculties, education units, research groups and for the Tampere University Hospital, according to principles of responsibility and openness. We produce bibliometric reports for different purposes, e.g. to monitor the impact of research publications, support funding applications and recruitment processes. We advice researchers when utilizing publication metrics and responsible science publishing principles. Typically publication metrics is about:
We also have ORCID-support and we offer guidance in other researcher visibility services.
Library supports the researcher to increase visibility and impact:
Individual researcher or a research group gain advance from publication analysis e.g. when:
Familiarize yourself also with the national recommendation: Good practice in researcher evaluation. Recommendation for the responsible evaluation of a researcher in Finland. You are aware that as being under evaluation you have a right to know what data has been used and to check the information applied to you.
More information from the library metrics team: lib.metrics(at)tuni.fi.
You can Book a librarian when needed but make sure that your publications list is updated before the booking.
The impact and visibility of scientific research are evaluated in many ways, for example by examining how many citations research publications have received in newer publications. Research impact numbers are being utilized at many levels. At organizational level bibliometrics can be used e.g. in:
The Library metric team provides bibliometric analyses for the Tampere University, Tampere University Hospital and Tampere University of Applied Sciences.
The Library metric team produces responsible bibiliometrics and analyses according to:
Requests for publication analyses can be sent to: lib.metrics(at)tuni.fi
KJMO, the National Guide to Bibliometrics, is a guide to bibliometrics produced and maintained in both Finnish and English. The English version of the guide is still under development and will be published in February 2023.