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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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Recently, a bibliometric analysis of the Journal of Pakistan Medical Association (JPMA) was conducted but it did not involve the information retrieval from any scientific database and covered a limited period.16 Therefore, the purpose of this study was to analyze, using Scopus database, different bibliometric parameters of the publications in the Journal of Pakistan Medical Association (from 1965 to 2018).
Italian national assessment of research is strongly based on bibliometrics (for bibliometric sectors, of course), and also for the evaluation of research career advancement ASN (Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale), in the new framework set in 2012 by a law (DM n.
The current bibliometric research examines the magnitude of research on open strategy in journals in related papers for publishing strategic management research from 2000 to 2016.
This paper presents a systematic review and bibliometric analysis of Gambian literature, which could serve as a reference for the researchers, administrators, and general audients.
the practice of monitoring the effects of research investments using various bibliometric indicators.
Various bibliometric studies have been carried out in the field of educational sciences (Diem & Wolter, 2013; Ivanovic & Ho, 2017; Lin, Lin, & Tsai, 2014; Lopes, Faria, Fidalgo-Neto, & Mota, 2017; Perry, 2018) and only very few are focusing on the e-learning literature.
The Use of Bibliometric Indicators to assess Information
Birch and Tsutani (1996) reported on a bibliometric approach in investigating the influence of acupuncture in English-speaking countries.
In spite of very similar historical, political, and economic experiences, the progress of science measured on the basis of their bibliometric indicators have been dramatically different (Allik 2011, 2015).
Other studies present empirical findings on such matters as leadership in the global context: bibliometric and thematic patterns of an evolving field, and unpacking the complexities of a global mindset: a multi-lens analysis.