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Well yeah CSO is not an ontology but a thesaurus. Here's an idea: compare it to Microsoft Academic Graph's "Fields of Science". Also, you need to include some actual papers in your study, indexed with the two, and assess the accuracy/adequacy of indexing with the two topic thesauri.


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Neither WoS nor Scopus nor Google Scholar offer such data openly, not even with the usual licensed, university-mediated access. However, there is a good and open alternative: OpenCitations' COCI-dataset.


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In addition to the dataset provided by vonjd, you can look at the Online retail and Online retail II datasets on the UC irvine data repository. https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/online+retail https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/Online+Retail+II They contain transaction data for an online retailer that can be used to derive the Recency, Frequency ...


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