Evaluation of the relationship between cancer and antioxidants from an altmetric perspective
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Objectives: Antioxidants have been shown in research to have significant effects on serious diseases, particularly cancer. The goal of our experiment was to determine and analyzed 100 articles with the highest Altmetric attention scores (AAS) concerning antioxidants and cancer. Methods: Altmetric score analyzes were obtained downloading the from the Altmetric.com website. A research output's altmetric score was calculated using an algorithm based on the weighted number of all attention it receives. Results: The Altmetric scores of the 100 articles analyzed varied from 12 to 846. Twitter (n=86) was the most mentioned social media network in the articles. According to the research categories of the T100 articles in our analysis, the majority were published in "Medical and Health Science''. In terms of Twitter geographical breakdown, the United States leads among other nations, followed by the United Kingdom. According to Twitter demographics, the most of tweets on antioxidants and cancer were shared by members of the public. Conclusion: In science and research, social media is advocated as an alternative to traditional power structures and our findings could provide a preliminary look at the social, clinical, and academic impact of antioxidant and cancer research.
SourceEurasian Journal of Medical and Investigation
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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