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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Being strongly based on bibliometrics, the Italian evaluation system does not promote OA practices, so researchers are not encouraged to publish in OA.
Bibliometrics provides information on citing of work done by museum-affiliated researchers.
The NIH, as both a funder and a producer of scientific research, is increasingly using bibliometrics to evaluate the scientific research of authors, laboratories, institutions, and grant programs to make decisions about future funding.
Patra, Bhattachraya, and Verma (13) carried out a research on bibliometrics literature taken from the Library and Information Science Abstract (LISA).
Bibliometrics indicators are one of the criteria used to determine information quality.
Bibliometrics and citation analysis: From the science citation index to cybermetrics.
Our institutional bibliometrics dashboards [2] have been updated to replace displays of raw citation counts with a number of different visualizations incorporating the RCR.
Measuring research success via bibliometrics: where they fit and how they help and hinder.
It is the case of the post by Lilian Nassi-Calo (1) on the blog "SciELo em Perspectiva", under the title "A miopia dos indicadores bibliometricos" ("The myopia of bibliometric indicators") (2).
A descriptive and historical review of bibliometrics with applications to medical sciences.