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    'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research

    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

    Full text documents are added when available. The database is updated daily and currently holds about 240,000 items, of which 72,000 in open access.

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Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University: Wageningen Research
Fest, P.M.J. ; Besse-Lototskaya, A.A. ; Lieshout-Tonkes, Henrieke van; Webbink, J.F. ; Booij, J. ; Veller, M.G.P. van - \ 2018
Wageningen : OpenScience blog Wageningen University & Research
Open access: we zijn pas halverwege
Veller, Marco van; Krekels, Hubert - \ 2018
Bibliometric Analysis at Wageningen University & Research – a comparison of 3 systems
Fest, P.M.J. ; Jetten, T.H. ; Derkx, M.P.M. ; Togt, P.L. van der; Post, Marijn ; Veller, M.G.P. van; Besemer, H.A. - \ 2017
How big is the share of WUR articles being published Open Access?
Veller, M.G.P. van - \ 2017
Wageningen : OpenScience blog Wageningen University & Research
Development of a journal recommendation tool based upon co-citation analysis of journals cited in Wageningen UR research articles
Veller, M.G.P. van; Gerritsma, W. - \ 2015
Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries 4 (2015)2. - ISSN 2241-1925 - p. 233 - 257.
Wageningen UR Library has developed a tool based upon co-citation analysis to recommend alternative journals to researchers for a journal they look up in the tool. The journal recommendations can be tuned in such a way to include citation preferences for each of the five science groups that comprise Wageningen UR.
For the development of the tool we have looked at the reference lists of 18,490 research articles published in 2006-2013 by Wageningen UR staff in 2,530 peer reviewed journals covered by Web of Science. The total collected reference lists contains 795,585 references, of which 700,115 have been identified to articles in 10,712 unique journal titles. For the 700,115 references to these articles we have made an inventory of the co-occurrence (co-citation) of journals. The abundance of co-citations for these journals is calculated.
We have included the results of the co-citation analysis of journals in a database that can function as a journal recommendation tool. With the tool, we can retrieve a list with frequencies of co-cited journals based on any journal that has been cited in Wageningen UR research articles. We surmise that frequently co-cited journals are more similar in topic(s) and research field(s) because these journals together have been cited in the same article dealing with a particular topic within a certain research field.
This list of co-cited journals provides suggestions on related journals that share topic(s) and research field(s). The tool presented in this paper is set up in an interactive way since it is based upon articles published by the researchers themselves. In case new articles will refer to other journals (because other topics and research fields are dealt with in new published articles) this will influence the co-citation analysis and result in recommendation of other journals.
Development of a journal recommendation tool based upon co-citation analysis of Wageningen UR output
Veller, Marco van - \ 2015
Development of a journal recommendation tool based upon co-citation analysis of Wageningen UR output
Veller, M.G.P. van; Gerritsma, W. - \ 2015
Analysis of journal usage by Wageningen UR staff members via article references
Veller, M.G.P. van - \ 2013
Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries 2 (2013)3. - ISSN 2241-1925 - p. 231 - 244.
The research activities of Wageningen University and Research (or Wageningen UR) are concentrated around food and food production, living environment and health, lifestyle and livelihood. To facilitate the scientific information access of Wageningen UR staff members, the library strives to provide a balanced collection of relevant journals. For such a balanced collection, appropriate collection management is a necessity. For information on journal usage by staff members of Wageningen UR, the library has developed an alternative analysis based upon information from article references. An inventory is made on a yearly basis of the journals from which articles are listed in the references of articles published by Wageningen UR staff in the three previous years. For each of the inventoried journals the number of times (abundance) articles from this journal are included in the references of the published articles is counted. The published articles are collected from Wageningen UR's institutional repository, which contains updated affiliation information for the authors of the articles. The institutional repository also contains, for each published article, a link to its corresponding Web of Science record for collecting information on the articles’ references. The use of the institutional repository, in combination with Web of Science, as input for this alternative analysis enables customized, evidence-based measures of journal usage by Wageningen UR as a whole or parts thereof (e.g. research groups). Customized lists of accessed journals can be used by staff members to select journals that are relevant for their research. The library uses the lists to evaluate its journal collections and allocate costs to organizational units of Wageningen UR. Customized lists of used journals also can be applied in a similarity analysis of journal usage by different research groups. Via cluster analysis and mapping this similarity in journal usage by research groups can be visualized over time.
Analysis of journal usage by Wageningen UR staff members via article references : based upon co-citation of journals in articles published between 2006 and 2011
Veller, M.G.P. van - \ 2013
The research activities of Wageningen University and Research (or Wageningen UR) are concentrated around food and food production, living environment and health, lifestyle and livelihood. To facilitate the scientific information need of the various research groups of Wageningen UR, the library strives to provide a balanced collection of relevant journals. For such a balanced collection appropriate collection management is a must. For information on journal usage per research group, the library has developed an alternative analysis based upon information from article references. On a yearly basis an inventory is made of the journals from which articles are listed in the references of the articles published by the research group in the three previous years. For each of the inventoried journals it is counted how many times it is included in the references of the published articles. The published articles are collected from the institutional repository of Wageningen UR which contains updated affiliation information of the authors of the articles. Also, the institutional repository contains, for each published article, a link to its corresponding Web of Science record for collecting information of the articles references. The use of the institutional repository, in combination with Web of Science, as input for this alternative analysis enables customized evidence based measurements of journal usage by particular research groups. Customized lists of used journals can be used by researchers to select journals that are relevant for their research. The library uses these lists in order to check the relevancy of journal collections per research field. Customized lists of journals, that are used per research group, also make it possible to calculate a matrix which represents similarity in the usage of journals by various research groups. Via clustering analysis and mapping (with VOSviewer) this similarity in journal usage by research groups can be visualized over time.
Visualization of research activities at Wageningen UR. Based upon co-citation of journals in articles published by research groups between 2006 and 2011
Veller, Marco van - \ 2012
Bibliometric analyses on repository contents as a library service for the evaluation of research
Veller, M.G.P. van; Gerritsma, W. - \ 2010
In: Actes du colloque "Ressources électroniques académiques: mesures & usages", L'information scientifique et technique dans l'univers numérique. Mesures et usages, Lille, France, 26-27 novembre 2009. - Paris : ADBS éditions - ISBN 9782843651236 - p. 179 - 189.
Since the last two decennia, the library of Wageningen University and Research (or Wageningen UR) has been involved in several bibliometric analyses for the evaluation of scientific output of staff, chair groups, research institutes and graduate schools. In these bibliometric analyses several indicator scores, such as the number of publications, number of citations and citation impacts, are calculated. However, since publication and citation habits differ considerably per scientific discipline, indicator scores need to be standardized in order to make comparison of scientific outputs from staff, chair groups, research institutes or graduate schools, that belong to different scientific disciplines, possible. It is for this reason that Wageningen UR Library bases its bibliometric analyses on indicator scores that are standardized against average trend (or baseline) scores per research field. For the collection of scientific output that is subjected to bibliometric analyses the repository Wageningen Yield (WaY) is used. This repository contains metadata and links to scientific output of the staff, research groups, chair groups and institutes of Wageningen UR and is developed and managed by Wageningen UR Library. By the application of a link between the metadata of publications in WaY and citation scores in Thomson Reuters’ Web of Science, custom-made analyses can be performed efficiently. Usings the repository WaY as a source for Wageningen UR’s scientific output enables optimal use of meta data (e.g. affiliations of authors), improvement of completeness and data quality as well as awareness of library services. Moreover, the bibliometric analyses give insights in steps that can be taken to improve publication strategies for Wageningen UR staff, chair groups, research institutes and graduate schools.
Application of user statistics and additional data for collection management of Wageningen UR digital library
Veller, M.G.P. van; Spikman, G. - \ 2010
In: Actes du colloque "Ressources électroniques académiques: mesures & usages", L'information scientifique et technique dans l'univers numérique. Mesures et usages, Lille, France, 26-27 novembre 2009. - Paris : ADBS éditions - ISBN 9782843651236 - p. 269 - 279.
Good collection management is necessary to guarantee the quality, quantity and costs of the online journal collection of Wageningen University and Research Centre (Wageningen UR) Digital Library. Via quantitative research on both subscription prices and usage statistics (i.e. download data from vendors of online journals and clickthrough data statistics from the library’s SFX link resolver) the library obtains data that are helpful to decision making regarding cost-effectiveness of online journals. By calculation of the price per article download for each online journal and holding this against the costs of document delivery from outside the library, a selection of online journals with a low cost-effectiveness is possible. These online journals can further be examined for cancellation. Via optimization to cost-effective online journals only, Wageningen UR Library strives to give access to scientific literature that is important (‘need to have’) to the users and researchers of Wageningen UR while keeping the costs of the subscriptions into the financial budget.
Bibliometrics in the library, putting science into practice
Gerritsma, W. ; Loman, M.E. ; Renkema, J.M.S. ; Togt, P.L. van der; Veerman, I.V. ; Veller, M.G.P. van - \ 2010
In: 11th International conference on science and technology indicators "creating value for users", Leiden, 9-11 September 2010. - - p. 98 - 99.
Bibliometric analyses on repository contents for the evaluation of research at Wageningen UR
Veller, M.G.P. van; Gerritsma, W. ; Togt, P.L. van der; Leon, C.D. ; Zeist, C.M. van - \ 2010
In: Qualitative and quantitative methods in libraries : Theory and Applications : Proceedings of the International Conference on QQML2009, 26-29 May 2009, Chania, Crete, Greece. - Singapore : World Scientific Publishing - ISBN 9789814299695 - p. 19 - 26.
Since the last two decennia, Wageningen UR Library has been involved in bibliometric analyses for the evaluation of scientific output of staff, chair groups and research institutes of Wageningen UR. In these advanced bibliometric analyses several indicator scores, such as the number of publications, number of citations and citation impacts, are calculated. For a fair comparison of scientific output from staff, chair groups or research institutes (that each work in a different scientific discipline with specific publication and citation habits) scores of the measured bibliometric indicators are normalized against average trend (or baseline) scores per research field. For the collection of scientific output that is subjected to the bibliometric analyses the repository Wageningen Yield (WaY) is used. This repository is filled from the research registration system Metis in which meta data for scientific output is registered by the secretaries of the research groups of Wageningen UR. By the application of a connection between the meta data of publications in WaY and citation scores in Thomson Reuters¿ Web of Science, custom-made analyses on the scientific output and citation impact of specific entities from Wageningen UR can be performed fast and efficiently. Moreover, a timely registration of new scientific output is stimulated (to ensure their inclusion in future bibliometric analyses) and the quality of meta data in WaY is checked by the library staff and by the research staff from the research entities under investigation, thus promoting communication between the library and customers
Exploration of monitoring and modelling agrobiodiversity : from indicator development towards modelling biodiversity in agricultural systems on the sub-specific level
Buiteveld, J. ; Veller, M.G.P. van; Hiemstra, S.J. ; Brink, B. ten; Tekelenburg, T. - \ 2009
Wageningen : Centre for Genetic Resources (Report / Centre for Genetic Resources 2009/13) - 56
biodiversiteit - modellen - gevalsanalyse - genetische diversiteit - rundvee - tarwe - aardappelen - biodiversity - models - case studies - genetic diversity - cattle - wheat - potatoes
The objective of this project is to contribute to the development of a number of key biodiversity indicators for crops and livestock in agriculture. On a global level both for crop and livestock species there has been a general tendency towards uniformity in the culture of crops and livestock production systems. Local varieties are replaced by a small number of highly productive – non native – ones, dominating the world’s agriculture. The loss of diversity in cultivated varieties and livestock breeds also has been referred to as genetic erosion and may form a hazard for sustainable agricultural production or food security, agricultural products and income. It is for these threats that it is important to have an idea on the status of genetic biodiversity (agrobiodiversity) within a particular agricultural production system in the past, present and future. Consequently, the CBD (Convention on Biological Diversity) aims at establishing indicators that monitor status and trends in agrobiodiversity. The FAO Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (CGRFA) also included development of indicators in its Multi Year Program of Work. After their development and (international) acceptance they can be used to assess the state, trends, causes and possible consequences of changes. Also, they can be applied to examine or model effects of different policy measures. The aim of this project is to contribute to the development of a few key agrobiodiversity indicators drawing on and coherent with the work under the CBD, FAO and in the European program Streamlining European Biodiversity Indicators (SEBI). Analysis and modelling of the relationships between pressure factors and agrobiodiversity will enable assessments of past, present and future trends and their consequences on various human functions such as food security, poverty, environmental quality, landscape and wild biodiversity. The project was carried out by the Centre of Genetic Resources, the Netherlands (CGN) in close cooperation with the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL) and was funded by the Research Programme International Cooperation and International Agreements of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Quality and Nature Management of the Netherlands
Effect van "Ruimte voor Geo-informatie" op GIScience in Nederland : eindrapport RGI-402
Veller, M.G.P. van; Fransen, H. ; Duizendstraal, M.B. ; Gerritsma, W. - \ 2009
Wageningen : Bibliotheek Wageningen UR - 39
geografische informatiesystemen - periodieken - dissertaties - evaluatie - prestatieniveau - bibliothecarisambt - wetenschap - geographical information systems - periodicals - theses - evaluation - performance - librarianship - science
This report describes bibliometric analyses of the scientific output of GIScience in the Netherlands over the period 1999-2007. The bibliometric analyses have been based upon bibliographic data from articles published in 12 peer reviewed GIScience journals, articles in two professional journals and PhD theses which have been published at Dutch universities. Based upon these sources information is obtained for the publication output and citation impact of the Netherlands in an international context, the (inter)national co-operation of Dutch organizations with other organizations when publishing on geographic information systems in scientific literature and information on both scientific output in GIScience as well as related scientific disciplines for authors from the Netherlands. The bibliometric results obtained for GIScience are discussed in relation to science as a whole for the Netherlands.
Implications of Taxonomic Inconsistencies for Plant Genetic Resources Documentation
Veller, M.G.P. van; Hoekstra, R. ; Dooijeweert, W. van - \ 2008
In: Proceedings of the 5th international symposium on taxonomy of cultivated plants, 15-19 October 2007, Wageningen, The Netherlands. - Leuven : ISHS - ISBN 9789066055711 - p. 143 - 146.
Crop wild relatives in the Netherlands: actors and protection measures
Hoekstra, R. ; Veller, M.G.P. van; Odé, B. - \ 2008
In: Crop wild relative conservation and use / Maxted, N., Ford-Lloyd, B.V., Kell, S.P., Iriondo, J.M., Dulloo, E., Turok, J., Wallingford : CABI - ISBN 9781845930998 - p. 165 - 177.
gewassen - wilde verwanten - bedreigde soorten - plantenverzamelingen - genetische bronnen van plantensoorten - in-situ conservering - genetische erosie - genetische variatie - botanische tuinen - genenbanken - germplasm - medicinale planten - hulpbronnenbehoud - economische botanie - crops - wild relatives - endangered species - plant collections - plant genetic resources - in situ conservation - genetic erosion - genetic variation - botanical gardens - gene banks - medicinal plants - resource conservation - economic botany
This book text presents methodologies and case studies that provide recommendations for the conservation and use of crop wild relatives. In a national, regional or global context, the status of crop wild relatives, that are closely related to crop plants, is examined. Conservation of crop wild relatives is important to enable these species to be included in plant breeding activities for beneficial traits such as pest or disease resistance and yield improvement.
Assumption 0 analysis: comparative phylogenetic studies in the age of complexity
Brooks, D.R. ; Veller, M.G.P. van - \ 2008
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 95 (2008)2. - ISSN 0026-6493 - p. 201 - 223.
emerging infectious-diseases - a-posteriori methods - vicariance biogeography - historical biogeography - island biogeography - parsimony analysis - cladistic-analysis - contemporary time - area cladograms - species concept
Darwin's panoramic view of biology encompassed two metaphors: the phylogenetic tree, pointing to relatively linear (and divergent) complexity, and the tangled bank, pointing to reticulated (and convergent) complexity. The emergence of phylogenetic systematics half a century ago made it possible to investigate linear complexity in biology. Assumption 0, first proposed in 1986, is not needed for cases of simple evolutionary patterns, but must be invoked when there are complex evolutionary patterns whose hallmark is reticulated relationships. A corollary of Assumption 0, the duplication convention, was proposed in 1990, permitting standard phylogenetic systematic ontology to be used in discovering reticulated evolutionary histories. In 2004, a new algorithm, phylogenetic analysis for comparing trees (PACT), was developed specifically for use in analyses invoking Assumption 0. PACT can help discern complex evolutionary explanations for historical biogeographical, coevolutionary, phylogenetic, and tokogenetic processes
Indicators for the 'Convention on biodiversity 2010'. Biodiversiteit Nederlandse landbouwhuisdieren en gewassen
Windig, J.J. ; Veller, M.G.P. van; Hiemstra, S.J. - \ 2007
Wageningen : Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur & Milieu (WOt-Werkdocument 53.3) - 40
biodiversiteit - landbouw - huisdieren - vee - gewassen - nederland - inventarisaties - tarwe - appels - agrobiodiversiteit - biodiversity - agriculture - domestic animals - livestock - crops - netherlands - inventories - wheat - apples - agro-biodiversity
Dit rapport geeft een overzicht van de huidige stand van zaken (tot 2006) van de biodiversiteit van landbouwgewassen en – huisdieren. Gedetailleerde gegevens van alle rassen en vooral over de historische verandering in biodiversiteit zijn niet beschikbaar. Daarom is de stand van zaken weergegeven door een representatieve selectie van rassen waarvoor wel gegevens beschikbaar waren. Voor dieren waren dit runderen, schapen en kippen, voor planten tarwe en appel.
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