A while ago, I posted about eigenFACTOR, a bioinformatics tool that can be used to calculate the relative impact of scientific journals. Well, the eigenFACTORials have developed a whole buncha new stuff you can do with the program:
- Maps of science. How different fields of science cite each other. And make sure you check out the groovy interactive map.
- More data. eigenFACTOR now incorporates data from 1994-2005. There’s also some really cool time series stuff you can do (here’s the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society).
- You can also search by publisher. Here’s
Demon SpawnElsevier Publishing.
Enjoy, you bioinformatics geeks! (and those not blessed with bioinformatics geekiness too)