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Dissemination of novel biostatistics methods: Impact of programming code availability and other characteristics on article citations.

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Summary of "Dissemination of novel biostatistics methods: Impact of programming code availability and other characteristics on article citations."

As statisticians develop new methodological approaches, there are many factors that influence whether others will utilize their work. This paper is a bibliometric study that identifies and quantifies associations between characteristics of new biostatistics methods and their citation counts. Of primary interest was the association between numbers of citations and whether software code was available to the reader.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0201590

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