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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In this context, the objective of this work is to perform a temporal quantitative analysis, using the scientometric technique, of the scientific production in the field of Energetic Ecology between 1956 and 2006, focusing on the role of aquatic macrophytes in primary production.
Scientometric studies on chemistry: the exponetial growth of chemical substances.
Toulas, 2006) WoS database, remains the largest and most prestigious database for doing scientometric and bibliometric analysis.
Add to that downstream linkages to outcomes data that can be harvested using modern scientometric or Web-scraping techniques.
Global Journal Prestige and Supporting Disciplines: A Scientometric Study of Information Systems Journals," Journal of the Association for Information Systems, (5:2), 2004, pp.
In fact, according to Virues-Ortega (2006), scientometric studies cast doubt on claims that behaviorism was predominant in the United States before World War II and that a cognitive revolution following the war signaled its demise.
It was welcomed much more widely and quickly than any other bibliometric and scientometric indicators received before (Lancaster, 1991).
Mapping chane in scientific specialties: a scientometric reconstrucction of the developement of artificial intelligence.
To prevent the introduction of any circular-reasoning biases in the sample, we eliminated from this inventory two scientometric articles written by the first author and colleagues (Gregoire, Dery, & Bechard, 2001; Gregoire, Meyer, & Castro, 2002).
It is difficult to say how representative this sample is because the India is yet to have an institutional mechanism to enforce the scientometric standards.
Data envelopment analysis as a tools for constructing scientometric indicators.
The real reason is to help us realize all the scientometric and semantic possibilities that an OA database of the world's referenced research could offer.