Two papers…the first is an overview of the field, the second is an example. No need to go in-depth on the stats in the second one…just skim it to get the general idea (we’ll go over it in more depth in a later session).
Fortunato, S., C. T. Bergstrom, K. Börner, J. A. Evans, D. Helbing, S. Milojević, A. M. Petersen, F. Radicchi, R. Sinatra, and B. Uzzi. 2018a. Science of science. Science 359:eaao0185
Hi all, here are two a papers about the topics we discussed in today’s workshop: one on authorship and what it means, and another on changing norms in the order of authorship (it also touches on the concept of corresponding authorship). The first may be of particular use to you as you navigate issues of authorship down the road.
I also include some links to the authorship guidelines of different organizations, including the Council of Science Editors (the professional organization for journal editors)