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Analysis of Papers Submitted in December 1999
Written by Tim Brody, last updated August 31 2000 09:09:17
The source data comes from 7 months of mirror updates, starting in the latter half of Nov 1999 (hence using December only), through to the middle of June 2000.
d_papers formatted listing data
What has happened to those papers
Using the mirror incremental updates for the period Nov 1999 thru Jun 2000.
grep 'abs' < d_papers | restrictcol '3/^199912/' | uniquecol 2 |
restrictcol '3/^199912/' < d_papers | wc
grep 'abs' < d_papers | restrictcol '3/^199912/' | wc
Therefore (7055 - 3763) paper submissions were made = 3292
The number of papers that have had x number of
submissions to them (abtracts and papers):
restrictcol '3/^199912/' < d_papers | countcol -v 2 | countcol -n 1
The distribution of papers with x number of updates (excluding updates
to the abstract).
What areas were papers submitted to:
(From question 4) 112 papers were submitted in
December with a Journal-ref, i.e. peer reviewed. As a percentage of all
papers this is:
(From question 3) 20 papers were submitted without
a Journal-ref and were later replaced by a peer-reviewed paper:
How do the states of papers change over time, compared to when they were first deposited.
Using the incremental update data from the mirror and seperating deposits that occurred in 1999/12 and in 2000.
Paper state in 1999/12.