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A guided tour through citation networks around public health emergencies


Part of the co-occurring topics graph for Zika virus - screenshot 2018-09-02 Wikidata Query Service (cropped).png Scholia logo.png Screenshot of the Scholia topic profile for Chikungunya virus as of 2018-09-04.png
Starting point for our tour

Abstract[edit]

Citation networks provide a way to explore how knowledge spreads. In the context of public health emergencies, the timeliness of this spreading is of special concern. In this talk, I will explore citation networks around public health emergencies and highlight how they change on the time scale of specific emergencies like the Ebola or Zika virus outbreaks.

Tour plan[edit]

Some impressions from the tour[edit]

Scholia topic profile for Bologna. Note Chikungunya Virus as a co-occurring topic, due to the 2007 outbreak in Emilia-Romagna.
Scholia topic profile for Chikungunya virus
Scholia work profile for A single mutation in chikungunya virus affects vector specificity and epidemic potential
Map of geolocated topics co-occurring with Chikungunya virus as main subjects of scholarly publications indexed in Wikidata
Partial citation graph of authors of publications on the Chikungunya virus (filtered for presence of employer/ affiliation information)
Partial citation graph of authors of publications on the Chikungunya virus (filtered for ORCID authors)
Citation graph of institutions associated with authors of citing and/ or cited papers from before 2011 about the chikungunya virus
Citation graph of institutions associated with authors of citing and or cited papers about the chikungunya virus
Citation chains between journal articles about the Zika virus and or microcephaly

Bonus pictures[edit]

About[edit]

This page hosts a contribution to the Workshop on Open Citations (Q51955163) held on 3-5 September 2018 in Bologna (Q1891).

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