F.J.W. ten Kate has published from 2000 upto 2013 at (or in association with) the University of Amsterdam (as found in the CRIS of the UvA for the years 2000 upto 2015 ) a total of 212 publications. The above histogram shows the different types and number of publications for this whole publication period at the University of Amsterdam. You can download the information depicted in the histogram by following the link below.Complete publication type list A picture is worth a thousand words, but the above histogram can be described by the following words: (not thousand but around 130 words, click 'view' button to show those words).View
In 2000 F.J.W. ten Kate published fifteen articles and published two chapters. In 2001 F.J.W. ten Kate published twenty-one articles. In 2002 F.J.W. ten Kate published twenty-four articles. In 2003 F.J.W. ten Kate published nineteen articles. In 2004 F.J.W. ten Kate published twenty articles. In 2005 F.J.W. ten Kate published thirty-six articles. In 2006 F.J.W. ten Kate published eight articles. In 2007 F.J.W. ten Kate published seventeen articles. In 2008 F.J.W. ten Kate published two articles. In 2009 F.J.W. ten Kate published four articles. In 2010 F.J.W. ten Kate published nine articles. In 2011 F.J.W. ten Kate published nineteen articles. In 2012 F.J.W. ten Kate published eight articles. In 2013 F.J.W. ten Kate published eight articles.
We did find some data on societal impact for F.J.W. ten Kate on altmetric.com. Data are collected on altmetic.com (September 2015) based on publications found in the CRIS of the UvA (march 2015 update). Only publications in 2013 and 2014 are harvested.2 mentions of a publication in British journal of surgery (2013). Hepatic regeneration and functional recovery following partial liver resection in an experimental model of hepatic steatosis treated with omega-3 fatty acids Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in Journal of clinical pathology (2013). Over-expression of phosphorylated mammalian target of rapamycin is associated with poor survival in oesophageal adenocarcinoma: a tissue microarray study Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in INFLAMM BOWEL DIS (2013). Adenomas in patients with inflammatory bowel disease are associated with an increased risk of advanced neoplasia Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in Gastrointestinal endoscopy (2013). A simplified regimen for focal radiofrequency ablation of Barrett's mucosa: a randomized multicenter trial comparing two ablation regimens Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in Gastroenterology (2013). Remission of Barrett's esophagus with early neoplasia 5 years after radiofrequency ablation with endoscopic resection: a Netherlands cohort study Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in Annals of Oncology (2013). The significance of the HER-2 status in esophageal adenocarcinoma for survival: an immunohistochemical and an in situ hybridization study Link to altmetric.com. Complete co-author list Complete publisher list F.J.W. ten Kate published from 2000 upto 2015 a total of 210 UvA-articles with 50 or less co-authors.477 unique co-authors in total with an average of 4.72 co-authors per article.
Professor ten KateFirst name(-s): Fiebo Jan WillemProfessor ten Kate obtained his pHd in 1989 ( ).
Visualization of the write position of the 210 journal publications by F.J.W. ten Kate
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The amount of credits for a certain Author position, also called write position, does differ by discipline. Some journals publish author names in alphabetical order. This is common practice by publications with many authors. Time span of publications analysed range from 2000 upto 2015.
The data shown here are based on the publications of the UvA-CRIS (May 2016) and the citations found in WoS. The citations to articles are ranked by number of citations. Zero times cited publications are not shown in the diagram. Updated September 5th 2016
8934 (WoS) citations to 176 publications
average 50.76 citations per publication
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