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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As part of the annual monitoring of the Pact for Research and Innovation III (2016 to 2020) is as far to draw up an annual analysis of the publication activity based on bibliometric indicators, the results can be incorporated in the annual monitoring report.
Authorship Trends and Collaborative Research in Veterinary Sciences: A Bibliometric Study.
The third phase is an analytical process aiming at looking into the structure of the analyzed literature, and it comprises the bibliometric analysis and content analysis of research (stages 5-6, Fig.
Factors affecting bibliometric indicators of scientific quality.
Moreover, such bibliometric analyses are necessary to understand the country's position relative to global and domestic standards of research quality and production.
This paper complements prior reviews, meta-analyses and bibliometric studies.
Bibliometric analysis (14), which was a branch of intelligence science was firstly proposed by Alan Pritchard in 1969, has previously been employed as a mathematical and statistical method to describe productivity of science and technology and the development of research (15), evaluating and predicting the relative research with geographic variation in outputs and findings (16).
For an international comparison, the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (DBIS) commissions a comprehensive bibliometric assessment of UK research performance based on the number and quality of research papers (citations) received.
Managers of corporate research teams face less temptation than their academic peers to rely mainly on bibliometric methods in their reviews because of the nature of the work that they oversee.
Over the years, various types of bibliometric analyses have been utilized as valid methodological approaches in assessing research trends in the field of psychology (Meltzer, 1973; Piotrowski, 2012; Schui & Krampen, 2010) and management (e.
The bibliometric analysis has become a widely used tool for evaluation of the scientific quality of published research papers.