Visualizing Arts and Humanities Citation Index

Gerade kam ein inter­es­san­ter sci­en­to­metri­scher Hinweis via VÖB-Mailingliste:

Dear col­lea­gues,

We would like to invite you to have a look at a new way of brow­sing jour­nals in the Arts and Humanities. At the web­site: you can browse through more than 1000 jour­nal titles.

We invite rese­ar­chers and jour­nal edi­tors to use this web­site as an infor­ma­tion tool for a first and quick glance onto the know­ledge environ­ment of their journals.

The ana­ly­sis is based on data from the Arts and Humanities Citation Index (a pro­duct of ISI Thompson Reuters).

For each jour­nal two pic­tures are avail­able. These pic­tures show how the jour­nal is lin­ked to other jour­nals. One pic­ture dis­plays a net­work of jour­nals with simi­lar refe­rence lists of its arti­cles (the know­ledge base environ­ment of a cer­tain jour­nal). The second pic­ture shows a net­work of jour­nals which are cited simi­larly (the cita­tion impact environ­ment of the same journal).

Comments and remarks are wel­come! Please send them to

Almila Akdag Salah, Loet Leydesdorff, Cheng Gao, Krzysztof Suchecki, Andrea Scharnhorst, Paul Wouters

Knowledge Space Lab team at the Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Humanities and Social Sciences at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science, Amsterdam


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