Coauthorship network of all articles in 55 ecological journals from 2010-2010 that include at least one coauthor from Costa Rica (Bruna & Hahn, unpubl. data).

Coauthorship network of all articles in 55 ecological journals from 2010-2010 that include at least one coauthor from Costa Rica (Bruna & Hahn, unpubl. data).

Understanding the factors that drive within- and between country patterns of scientific productivity in Latin America; scientometrics.
  1. Smith, M. J., C. Weinberger, E. M. Bruna, and S. Allesina. 2014. The scientific impact of nations: journal placement and citation performance. PLoS ONE 9(10): e109195.   [link to article]
  2. Bruna, E. M. 2014. On identifying rising stars in biology. Bioscience 64(3): 169. [pdf].
  3. Pitman, N. C. A., J. Widmer, C. N. Jenkins, G. Stocks, L. Seales, F. Paniagua, and E. M. Bruna. 2011. Volume and geographical distribution of ecological research in the Andes and the Amazon, 1995-2008. Tropical Conservation Science 4(1): 64-81[pdf].  Highlighted on Mongabay.com [link].
  4. Stocks, G., L. Seales*, E. Maehr*, F. Paniagua*, and E. M. Bruna. 2008. The geographical and institutional distribution of ecological research in the tropics. Biotropica 40(4): 397-404. [pdf]. Data archived the Dryad Digital Repository: Dryad button v1.jpg
  5. refnet – Bibliometric Tools for R project. The refnet package for the R statistical computing environment. Our goal is to provide a package of tools for bibliometric analyses. This package and its tools are currently designed to read, analyze and visualize Thomson-Reuters Web of Knowledge/Science, ISI and SCOPUS format reference data files. Social network analyses, geocoding of addresses and spatial visualization are supported.

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