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refsplitr

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refsplitr: an R package for processing Web of Science Records and mapping georeferenced coauthorship networks

refsplitr (v1.0) is an R package to read, organize, geocode, analyze, and visualize Clarivate Web of Knowledge/Web of Science, format reference data files for scientometric, social network, and Science of Science analyses. The development of the original package (originally called refnet) was by Forrest Stevens and Emilio M. Bruna and was on r-forge (https://r-forge.r-project.org/projects/refnet/); in December 2017 Bruna moved it to Github to facilitate updating the package and hired Porzana Solutions to finalize the package and prepare it for submission to CRAN. Please make all future changes via this Github repo! Do not make a repo mirror of the R-forge version.

Support for the development of refsplitr was provided by grants from the University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies and the University of Florida Informatics Institute.

Installation

You can install the development version from GitHub with:

# install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("embruna/refsplitr")

Workflow

dat1 <- references_read(data = system.file("extdata", "example_data.txt", package = "refsplitr"), dir = FALSE)
dat2 <- authors_clean(references = dat1)
dat3 <- authors_refine(dat2$review, dat2$prelim)
dat4 <- authors_georef(dat3)

plot_addresses_points(dat4$addresses)

Issues, Feature Requests and Pull Requests Welcome, see here for more details on how to contribute. We expect everyone contributing to the package to abide by our Code of Conduct.

Contributors

Citation

Auriel M.V. Fournier Developer, Matthew E. Boone Developer, Forrest R. Stevens Developer and Emilio M. Bruna Developer (2018). refsplitr: Clarivate Web of Knowledge / Web of Science Reference Data Tools. R package version 0.6.

@Manual{,
title = {refsplitr: Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge/Science Reference Data Tools},
author = {Auriel M.V. Fournier Developer and Matthew E. Boone Developer and Forrest R. Stevens Developer and Emilio M. Bruna Developer},
year = {2018},
note = {R package version 0.6},

}

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