scientometrics

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sci·en·to·met·rics

(sī'en-tō-met'riks),
The measurement of scientific output, and the impact of scientific findings, for example, on public policy.
[L. scientia, science, knowledge, fr. scio, to know, + G. metron, measure, + -ics]

sci·en·to·met·rics

(sī'ĕn-tō-met'riks)
The measurement of scientific output, and the impact of scientific findings (e.g., on public policy).
[L. scientia, science, knowledge, fr. scio, to know, + G. metron, measure, + -ics]
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2013) Social Science Research in India: A Scientometric Analysis of Publications (2001-10).
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The current status of personal construct theory: Some scientometric data.
Air pollution research: visualization of research activity using density-equalizing mapping and scientometric benchmarking procedures.
Gender studies in informatics; an application of scientometric indicators and mapping techniques.
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A preliminary scientometric investigation of malaria research.
This paper describes the findings of a scientometric analysis of all available publications on the subject of cannabis published between 1900 and 2008.
Mapping of Indian neuroscience research: a scientometric analysis of research output during 1999-2008.
laboratory equipment and supplies), there is also scientometric evidence that economic factors are positively correlated to the countries' productivity in the social sciences (Kishida & Matsui, 1997), including the field of management (Gantman, 2009).
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