A new version of Annual Bibliometric Monitoring (ABM) is now available
The new ABM is accessible on the KTH website:
The 2020 version of ABM contains a new function of individual-based analysis, which shows the results at division level, in addition to department level. The ABM application will be further developed to include more information on co-publishing organizations, and collaboration networks.
The purpose of ABM is to improve the understanding of research published by KTH, with higher impact as one of the goals. The results from ABM are also useful in the quality systems at KTH. Data for ABM is mainly collected from DiVA and Bibmet (the KTH bibliometric database). Results are presented at KTH-level as well as school, department, division, and individual level.
For further questions, please contact the project group at: Sofi Lidehn email@example.com .