UPDATED POST (October 19, 2021) The Internet Archive Has Posted on the Release of Refcat: Internet Archive Releases Refcat, the IA Scholar Index of over 1.3 Billion Scholarly Citations
The following research article (preprint) was recently posted on arXiv.
As part of its scholarly data efforts, the Internet Archive (IA) releases a first version of a citation graph dataset, named refcat, derived from scholarly publications and additional data sources. It is composed of data gathered by the fatcat cataloging project (the catalog that underpins IA Scholar), related web-scale crawls targeting primary and secondary scholarly outputs, as well as metadata from the Open Library project and Wikipedia. This first version of the graph consists of over 1.3B citations.
We release this dataset under a CC0 Public Domain Dedication, accessible through Internet Archive. The source code used for the derivation process, including exact and fuzzy citation matching, is released under an MIT license. The goal of this report is to describe briefly the current contents and the derivation of the dataset.
Direct to Refcat Dataset (via Internet Archive)
See Also: Keyword Search IA Scholar