Academic impact of research for Australian and New Zealand universities
By university grouping, number of citations per publication
This data compares the performance of New Zealand universities with that of Australian public universities. There is bibliometric data for 40 of the 43 Australian universities.
Australian public universities are split into two groupings: G8 (the eight large, metropolitan and research-intensive universities) and non-G8 (all other Australian universities). The G8 universities are the Australian National University, University of Queensland, University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, Monash University, University of Adelaide, University of Melbourne, and the University of Western Australia.
Research impact is the number of citations divided by the number of publications. In this case, the results are normalised to take into account the different rates of citation between subject areas. A value of 1 indicates that the impact of the research is equal to the world average. In this chapter, the impact presented is a weighted average of the 22 subject areas categorised by Thomson Reuters.
Data provided by
Tertiary Education Research: Research Performance 2015
How to find the data
At URL provided, select 'Research Performance'.
Import & extraction details
File as imported: Tertiary Education Research: Research Performance 2015
From the dataset Tertiary Education Research: Research Performance 2015, this data was extracted:
- Sheet: RSP.11
- Provided: 90 data points
This data forms the table Tertiary Education - Bibliometric performance of Australasian universities 2000–2013.
Dataset originally released on:
December 21, 2015
About this dataset
This dataset includes statistics relating to the nature and amount of research undertaken in tertiary education.