Figure 1.1—Number of Publications for U.S. States, 2004–2013. Source: Scopus®

 

 

Figure 1.2—Number of Publications Per 1,000 Residents for U.S. States, 2013. Source: Scopus® and the U.S. Census Bureau

Figure 1.3—Scatterplot of Publication Output Versus Compound Annual Growth Rate in Publication Output for U.S. States, 2004–2013. Scaled from 0 to 1 by percentile . South Dakota is excluded from figure because the state’s compound annual growth rate was an extreme outlier. Source: Scopus®

Figure 1.4—Distribution of Growth in Research Output for Florida Across Sectors, 2004–2013.9 Source: Scopus®

Figure 1.5—Top Ten States, Publication Output by Medical Sector, 2004 versus 2013. Source: Scopus®

Figure 1.6—Field-Weighted Citation Impact for U.S. States, 2004–2013. Source: Scopus®

Figure 1.7—Publication Output Versus Field-Weighted Citation Impact for U.S. States, 2004–2013. Source: Scopus® Normalized from 0 to 1 by percentile. Best-fit straight line added.

Figure 2.1—U.S. Research Output by Fields as Percentage of Total U.S. Output, 2004–2013. Source: Scopus®

Figure 2.2—Field-Weighted Citation Impact of U.S. Research Output, by Field, 2004–2013. Source: Scopus®

Figure 2.3— Relative Volume of North Carolina’s Research Output Across Fields, 2004–2013. Source: Scopus®

Figure 2.4—Field-Weighted Citation Impact Versus Relative Volume of North Carolina’s Research Output Across Fields, 2004–2013. Source: Scopus®

Figure 2.5— Field-Weighted Citation Impact Versus Relative Volume of New York’s Research Output Across Subject Areas, 2004–2013. Source: Scopus®

Figure 2.6— Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Arkansas’ s Research Output Across Fields, 2004–2013. Fields with an asterisk (*) or caret (^) indicate that the total output of the state in that field was less than 100 publications in 2004 or 2013 respectively. Source: Scopus®

Figure 3.1—Compound Annual Growth Rate, Total Research and Development Expenditures Versus Total Research and Development Expenditures by Percentile for U.S. States, 2004–2013. Research and development expenditures calculated and normalized to 2013 dollars. Source: National Science Foundation, Higher Education Research and Development Survey

Figure 3.2— Percentage of Total Research and Development Expenditures from Business Versus Total Research and Development Expenditures Across All States, 2013. Source: NSF Higher Education Research and Development Survey

Figure 3.3— Publications from Academic Institutions versus Net Assignable Square Feet for Research across all States, 2011. Source: Scopus® and NSF Survey of Science and Engineering Research Facilities. For ease of viewing, the x- and y-axes are expressed in logarithmic instead of linear terms.

Figure 3.3— Publications from Academic Institutions versus Net Assignable Square Feet for Research across all States, 2011. Source: Scopus® and NSF Survey of Science and Engineering Research Facilities. For ease of viewing, the x- and y-axes are expressed in logarithmic instead of linear terms.

Figure 4.1— Percentage of Total State Output from Corporate Institutions, 2004–13. Source: Scopus®

 

Figure 4.2— Distribution of New Jersey’s Corporate Sector Output by Field, 2004–13. Source: Scopus®

Figure 4.3— Percentage of Total State Output from Government Institutions, 2004–13. Source: Scopus®

 

Figure 4.4— U.S. National Publication Share versus U.S. National Download Share across all States, 2004–13. Source: ScienceDirect® usage metrics and Scopus®. Trend line indicates publication-to-download share ratio of 1.0.

Figure 4.5—Ratio of National Patent Citation Share to National Publication Share across all States, 2004–2012. Source: LexisNexis® patent database and Scopus®

 

Table 4.1—Research Collaboration Partnerships between U.S. States, 2004–2013. Pairings are sorted by Salton’s measure of collaboration strength. Source: Scopus® 

Figure 4.6—Research Collaboration Partnership between Nevada and Immediate State Neighbors. Source: Scopus® Note: Thickness of arcs corresponds to Salton’s measure of collaboration strength. Labels correspond to number of collaborations between Nevada and that state between 2004–2013.

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