EU Open Science Monitor

[...] TCS - Total Citation Score. Sum of all citations received by P in Scopus. (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)
Lluís Revilla
What about other sources like Google Scholar?
Lluís Revilla, 15/06/2018 14:55
Jon Tennant
Also Dimensions or Web of Science. Constraining this to one source, that just happens to be owned by the sub-contractor, is an exceptionally bad practice.
Jon Tennant, 17/06/2018 12:50
Egon Willighⓐgen
Agreeing with the comments: WoS, Dimensions, and Google Scholar must be added.
Egon Willighⓐgen, 01/07/2018 11:10
Egon Willighⓐgen
Other than that, citation counts have nothing to do the the form of Open Access.
Egon Willighⓐgen, 01/07/2018 11:12
Egon Willighⓐgen
And OpenCitations is missing and must be added.
Egon Willighⓐgen, 01/07/2018 11:12
Etienne Gaudrain
Number of citations is a very tricky measure because it is associated with a time window: it takes some time for papers to be cited, which is largely dependent on the field of research, and on the type of findings. For instance, some truely groundbreaking work may take years to be understood by the community and only becomes cited after a long period of time, while some more minor incremental work may get highly cited if it is published right when a topic is most popular. In other words, number of citation in a short period of time (e.g 2 years) is a poor metric of how useful a publication is.
Etienne Gaudrain, 02/07/2018 12:24
Elena Giglia
Dealing with citations you can't stick only to Scopus. Web of Science and other databases show different numbers. And, again, you are referring only to journal articles and not to "publications" in general, and only to STEM disciplines
Elena Giglia, 30/08/2018 12:35
Using a single, proprietary database to measure citations is a wrong method. All other available databases or tools should be added. It has to be underlined that again monographs and most of the SSH journals are excluded from any citation database.
OPERAS, 31/08/2018 08:52
Jeroen Bosman
Questions is what kind of statements you intend to base on this variable. To what extent is this valuable for assessing the adoption, penetration or effect of open science?
Jeroen Bosman, 31/08/2018 21:31