Automatic Jargon Identifier for Scientists Engaging with the Public
Scientists are required to communicate science and research not only to other experts in the field, but also to scientists and experts from other fields, as well as to the public and policymakers. One fundamental suggestion when communicating with non-experts is to avoid professional jargon.
A Simple Proposal for the Publication of Journal Citation Distributions
Although there are differences among journals across the spectrum of JIFs, the citation distributions overlap extensively, demonstrating that the citation performance of individual papers cannot be inferred from the JIF.
Sci-Hub Provides Access to Nearly All Scholarly Literature
Sci-Hub's contains 68.9% of all 81.6 million scholarly articles, which rises to 85.2% for those published in closed access journals and 77.0% of the 5.2 million articles published by inactive journals.