Which research publications are relevant?
Decide for yourself.
The range of scientific literature is overwhelming. How do scientists make their selections? Often they use various indicators which shall reflect individual publications' impact. After all, they only want to read the truely important publications for a given topic. For instance, how often has an article be cited by expert colleagues? How often has an article be mentioned by news outlets or in social media postings?
But are these different indicators comparable? What is relevant? Indeed a difficult task, as different indicators reflect very different kinds of impact.
How would you decide about research publications' relevance? Find out by participating in this experiment by ZBW's Web Science research group.