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Impactful Visualizations of Bibliographic Metadata in Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology Open Access (recommended)
Poster presented at the Medical Library Association Annual Conference in May 2015, Austin, TX.
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- research evaluation
Medical Library Association. Annual Conference (2015 : Austin, Tex.)
- Attribution 3.0 United States
Gutzman, Karen E
This study was requested by an awards committee to investigate the work of an eminent researcher and clinician in cardiovascular disease epidemiology. The committee wanted to highlight the scholar’s career achievements, significant contributions to the scholarly literature, and to demonstrate the scholar’s collaboration with and mentoring of others in this field. Metadata was harvested from open and commercial data aggregators including Scopus, PubMed, Web of Science, various online sources, and the scholar’s CV. A wide range of tools and resources, such as Tableau, Excel, the Sci2 tool, and Adobe Illustrator, were used to visualize the data. Visualizations were chosen based on their ease of understanding, relevance to the committee’s request, and overall visually appealing nature. The visualizations were presented in PowerPoint to the committee at the end of the project.
DigitalHub. Galter Health Sciences Library
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- Subject: MESH
Evaluation Studies as Topic
- Subject: LCSH
Austin, Texas, United States
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