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Published on 11.08.99 in Vol 1, No 1 (1999)

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Works citing "Can Examination of WWW Usage Statistics and other Indirect Quality Indicators Help to Distinguish the Relative Quality of Medical websites?"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1.1.e1):

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  1. Masterton G, Olsson EJ, Angere S. Linking as voting: how the Condorcet jury theorem in political science is relevant to webometrics. Scientometrics 2016;106(3):945
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  2. Thelwall M, Harries G. Can Personal Web Pages that Link to Universities Yield Information about the Wider Dissemination of Research?. Journal of Information Science 2004;30(3):240
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  5. Nicholas D, Huntington P, Williams P, Gunter B. Perceptions of the authority of health information. Case study: digital interactive television and the Internet. Health Information and Libraries Journal 2003;20(4):215
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  6. Williams P, Nicholas D, Huntington P, McLean F. Surfing for health: user evaluation of a health information website. Part one: background and literature review. Health Information and Libraries Journal 2002;19(2):98
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  7. Thelwall M. A research and institutional size‐based model for national university Web site interlinking. Journal of Documentation 2002;58(6):683
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  8. Thelwall M. Evidence for the existence of geographic trends in university Web site interlinking. Journal of Documentation 2002;58(5):563
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  9. Williams P, Nicholas D, Huntington P, Gunter B. Doc.com: reviewing the literature on remote health information provision. Aslib Proceedings 2002;54(2):127
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  10. Eysenbach G, Jadad AR. Evidence-based Patient Choice and Consumer health informatics in the Internet age. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2001;3(2):e19
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  11. Till J. Peer Review in a Post-Eprints World: A Proposal. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2000;2(3):e14
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  1. D'Alessandro DM. Pediatric Informatics. 2009. Chapter 10:133
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