As 2024 starts, it is a good time to look back at 2023 and all that we did last year. While doing that we realised we were quite active on ThinkEPI this past year. Volume 17 of the yearbook included six publications from the EC3 group. Congrats to us!

We present you all the publications, in order of publication. 

  1. La multiafiliación. Reflexiones constructivas (Multi-affiliation. Constructive reflections), by Rafael Repiso, Ignacio Aguaded and Julio Montero-Díaz. 
  2. Negacionismo bibliométrico (Bibliometric denialism), by Daniel Torres-Salinas.
  3. Acceso Abierto: utopías, realidades y cuentas pendientes (Open Access: utopias, realities and unfinished business), by Nicolás Robinson-García and Evaristo Jiménez-Contreras.

4. La gran apuesta, ¿cuánto afectan los cambios de Twitter a la comunicación cientí­fica? (The big bet, how much do Twitter changes affect science communication?), by Wenceslao Arroyo-Machado. 

5. Nunca es tarde si la informetría es buena: comentario de Introduction to informetrics (It’s never too late if informetrics is good: a review of Introduction to informetrics), by Elvira González-Salmón.

6. Entre métricas y narraciones: definición y aplicaciones de la Bibliometría Narrativa (Between Metrics and Narratives: Definition and Applications of Narrative Bibliometrics), by Daniel Torres-Salinas

We hope you find something to read within this list! From reading classic text to proposing new bibliometric concepts, we are proud of having contributed to the bibliometric world yet another year. Let’s see how 2024 goes! 

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As 2024 starts, it is a good time to look back at 2023 and all that we did last year. While doing that we realised