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  1. page about edited ... About The Australian Research Atlas Scholar.net Research Atlas is a collection of maps of the…
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    About The Australian Research Atlas
    Scholar.net Research Atlas is a collection of maps of the research environment in Australia. It is part of a PhD project by Marco Fahmi.
    Research maps were created in collaboration with Lance De Vine.
    To cite data or graphs from this site, please use:
    Fahmi, Marco (2009). The Australian Research Atlas. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology. [Online] Available: http://scholarnet.wikispaces.com
    Special thanks go to Lance De Vine for technical support.
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Tuesday, September 14

  1. page about edited About The Australian Research Atlas ... of the Higher Education research environment To cit…

    About The Australian Research Atlas
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    of the Higher Education research environment
    To cite data or graphs from this site, please use:
    Fahmi, Marco (2009). The Australian Research Atlas. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology. [Online] Available: http://scholarnet.wikispaces.com
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Wednesday, February 24

  1. page environment.engineering edited ... The graph below shows the network of academic journals in Physical, Chemical and Earth Science…
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    The graph below shows the network of academic journals in Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences (PCE). The nodes represent PCE Fields of Research (FoRs). The size of each node reflects the total number and cumulative rating of journals classified under that FoR (each Journal is ranked either A*, A, B or C). Links show that some journal are classified under 2 or more FoRs. The thickness of the link reflect the number (and cumulative rank) of these journals.
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    words appearing in a journal's
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    Data source: http://www.arc.gov.au/era/journal_list.htm
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Sunday, November 29

  1. page trends edited ... ARC The graph below shows the top 30 words that witnessed the most significant increase in fr…
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    ARC
    The graph below shows the top 30 words that witnessed the most significant increase in frequency in the title of successful ARC funding applications over the period of 2005-2007.
    Only words that appeared more than 10 times are listed.
    Frequency of word is computed as a percentage of the total words occurring in the titles of publications for a particular year
    {ARC-high.gif}
    The graph below shows the top 30 words that witnessed the least significant increase in frequency in the title of successful ARC funding applications over the period of 2005-2007.
    Only words that appeared more than 10 times are listed.
    {ARC-funding-high.gif}
    Only words whose funding is more than $2M are listed.
    The graph below shows the top 30 words that witnessed the least significant increase in frequency in the title of successful ARC funding applications over the period of 2005-2007.

    Frequency of word is computed as a percentage of the total words occurring in the titles of publications for a particular year
    {ARC-low.gif}
    Only words that appeared more than 10 times are listed.
    {ARC-funding-low.gif}
    Only words whose funding is more than $2M are listed.

    NHMRC
    The graph below shows the top 30 words that witnessed the most significant increase in frequency in the title of successful NHMRC funding applications over the period of 2005-2007.
    Only words that appeared more than 10 times are listed.
    Frequency of word is computed as a percentage of the total words occurring in the titles of publications for a particular year
    {NHMRC-high.gif}
    The graph below shows the top 30 words that witnessed the least significant increase in frequency in the title of successful NHMRC funding applications over the period of 2005-2007.
    Only words that appeared more than 10 times are listed.
    {NHMRC-funding-high.gif}
    Only words whose funding is more than $3M are listed.
    The graph below shows the top 30 words that witnessed the least significant increase in frequency in the title of successful NHMRC funding applications over the period of 2005-2007.

    Frequency of word is computed as a percentage of the total words occurring in the titles of publications for a particular year
    {NHMRC-low.gif}
    Only words that appeared more than 10 times are listed.
    {NHMRC-funding-low.gif}
    Only words whose funding is more than $3M are listed.

    Patents
    The graph below shows the top 30 words that witnessed the most significant increase in frequency in the title of patents filed by Australian universities over the period of 2005-2007.
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