bibliometrics

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bibliometrics

The study of publication patterns of individual articles, journals and books to analyse and compare trends within a body of literature.
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Bibliometric analysis has become a recognized and valid means of gaining an objective perspective on research trends evident in the extant literature (De Bellis, 2009; Piotrowski 2013), including research attention devoted to specific clinical tests used in mental health assessment (see Piotrowski, 2017; Polyson et al.
Citation analysis and content analysis and are two commonly used bibliometric analytic methods (Bellis, 2009).
In order to present the research situation in Cameroon, we used a bibliometric analysis.
Shukla & Moyon (2016) conducted a bibliometric study of Indian open access LIS journal "Annals of Library and Information Studies" for five years from 2011 to 2015.
However, if a wider analysis is required, one that identifies the general themes of inquiry, then a bibliometric analysis is required.
Bibliometric practices and activities at the University of Vienna.
4 Mergio JM, and Nunez A, reported that a bibliometric study was conducted under the title of Influential journals in health research: a bibliometric study; to identify the leading journals over the last 25 years (1990-2014) on Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health, Health Management and Economics, Health Promotion and Health Behavior, Epidemiology, Health Policy and Services, Medicine, Health Informatics, Engineering and Technology, and Primary Care.
It is based on a simple analysis of the behavioural processes that produce bibliometric data and of the requirements of usual practical tasks.
6,7) Therefore, this study was carried out to implement a bibliometric analysis on literature on triazole antifungal drug resistance.
1) Bibliometric and scientometric information regarding the trends in dental science articles in medical journals from India is evident in the literature.
Take, for instance, the entry for Bibliometric research:
In this paper, a bibliometric analysis of the evolution of research activity in the discipline of English linguistics by Arab scholars is conducted.