Talk:Journal impact factor

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 Definition A widely used annual measure of how often the papers recently published in an academic journal have been cited in the academic literature. [d] [e]
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please keep--work has been done on thisDavidGoodman 21:24, 18 February 2007 (CST)

Correct name

What about moving this over to Journal Impact Factor, with redirect from here? I think this would provide a better definition of the scope of this article. --Daniel Mietchen 07:31, 29 June 2009 (UTC)

Generalization to wikis?

I wonder if we might make use of a related model: how often does a CZ author link to articles that he or she did not write? A second metric could well be how often one links to articles one did write, which still does visualize avoiding orphans. Howard C. Berkowitz 01:23, 31 January 2011 (UTC)