Updated Tagging Structure

I just updated the tagging structure so it shows what was actually applied and better defined some of the tags.  The updated tagging structure is below with tags in italics:

 

Tags for Use in Mendeley 

  1. How was the article found?
    1. data cited – the article was found through Google Scholar through an unique dataset identifier search
    2. WoS – the article was found through Web of Science for citing the data collection article
  2. Attribution Location – for GS results (these were not applied to WoS articles)
    1. attribution in reference
    2. attribution in caption
    3. attribution in text
    4. attribution in table
    5. attribution in footnote
  3. Attribution Location – for WoS results
    1. repository mentioned – when repository is mentioned in association with the selected dataset
    2. accession mentioned – when accession number is mentioned
  4. Dataset reuse classification
    1. dataset not reused
      1. example of dataset
      2. cites data collection article but does not reuse and/or mention dataset
    2. dataset reused
      1. dataset reused as example – when the dataset is randomly chosen to show how to do something with a dataset
    3. dataset reuse ambiguous – dataset may be reused, but difficult to tell on first analysis
  5. Confidence of dataset reuse classification
    1. high confidence
    2. medium confidence
    3. low confidence
  6. Other housekeeping tags
    1. feedback please – for articles where the dataset reuse decision could use a second opinion
    2. no full-text access – unable to access the full-text online or through my library’s electronic holdings
    3. import error – incomplete citations; unable to find the rest of the citation
    4. nice example – used to denote articles that cite the dataset in a good or interesting way
    5. multiple datasets cited – when an article cites more than one dataset that we are tracking; only applied to Google Scholar imported articles, and not 100% consistent with application
    6. does not cite dataset – for articles found through Google Scholar that do not actually refer to the dataset
    7. does not cite article – for articles found through Web of Science that do not actually cite the data collection article
    8. same author – for articles that share the same author with the dataset (mostly only applied to articles that reuse the dataset, though applied to some articles that do not reuse the dataset
    9. article pre-2005 – for articles that were published before the dataset was made public and thus cannot be reusing the dataset in its published form

 

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