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Title: Data from Editorial on Impact of Special Collections in JGR Space Physics Open Access Deposited

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  • Citation and download data were retrieved from Wiley Journal Insights, a proprietary platform operated by Wiley. Download data was retrieved from Wiley Online Library and includes download activity of the past five years of all papers published in that journal. Citation data is from Clarivate Analytics and includes citations to papers by papers indexed in Web of Science. Download and citation data used in this analysis was retrieved 31 August 2019 and analyzed in Excel.
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  • Journals sometimes focus the attention of the research community by having a special collection, sometimes an entire special issue, devoted to a single topic. A reasonable question to ask is whether the extra effort of organizing, promoting, and maintaining the special collection is worthwhile. The paper that this data set accompanies examines paper impact in the Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, separating the special collection papers from the non-special-collection submissions. The conclusion is that special collections are worth the extra work.
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  • liemohn@umich.edu
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  • 2006-01-01 to 2019-08-31
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  • 11/18/2019
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  • 11/18/2019
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Liemohn, M., Wooden, P. (2019). Data from Editorial on Impact of Special Collections in JGR Space Physics [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/1663-7p66

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