Independent report

The metric tide: review of metrics in research assessment

The metric tide is an independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment and management.

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The metric tide: report of the independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment and management (PDF)

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The metric tide: executive summary and recommendations (PDF)

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The metric tide: supplementary report: literature review (PDF)

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The metric tide: supplementary report: correlation analysis of REF2014 scores and metrics (PDF)

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Details

This report presents the findings and recommendations following an independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment and management. The documents include:

  • The metric tide: report of the independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment and management: full report
  • an executive summary and recommendations
  • supplementary report: literature review
  • supplementary report: correlation analysis of REF2014 scores and metrics.

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