I didn't see any mention of which 85 articles were analyzed. Basically, I'm interested in a table with a row for each article and the following columns: Guideline, Journal, DOI.
Yes, this could have been presented more clearly. I'm sure we can extend this analysis with comparative citation data from Google Scholar and other ideas. Nevertheless, I believe the results.- Ross Mounce •
Thanks for your comment. I generally worked off the journal when recording the data, rather than the full citation, but could quite easily put such a table together (including citations and accesses for completeness). Where would you like it uploaded though? Not sure I could paste it in the comments.- Daniel Shanahan •