Edith Franssen

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Edith Franssen has published from 2007 upto 2015 at (or in association with) the University of Amsterdam (as found in the CRIS of the UvA for the years 2000 upto 2019 ) a total of 29 publications. The above histogram shows the different types and number of publications for this whole publication period at the University of Amsterdam.

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In 2007 Edith Franssen published nine Journal - Articles. In 2008 Edith Franssen published six Journal - Articles, published one Journal - review, published one Book/Report - Chapter and published one Case note. In 2009 Edith Franssen published three Journal - Articles and published one Book. In 2010 Edith Franssen published one Journal - Article and published one Book. In 2011 Edith Franssen published one Book/Report - Chapter. In 2014 Edith Franssen published three Case notes. In 2015 Edith Franssen published one Book.

Open Access (Pure data)

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Write Position

Edith Franssen published from 2000 upto 2019 a total of 19 UvA-articles with 50 or less co-authors.
0 unique co-authors in total with an average of 1.05 co-authors per article.

16 number of times sole author
2 number of times first author
0 number of times second author
1 number of times last author
Visualization of the write position of the 19 journal publications by Edith Franssen
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.