3 edition of Bibliometric studies found in the catalog.
|Statement||editor, G. Devarajan.|
|Series||CITS information science series ;, 1|
|Contributions||Devarajan, G., 1947-, Centre for Information and Technology Studies (Trivandrum, India)|
|LC Classifications||Z669.8 .B54 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||97901413|
The aim of bibliometric studies is to search for regularities in the structure of the literature, i.e. to make order out of documentary chaos and to understand the patterns in the literature (De Bellis ). Bibliometric analysis is a research field that analyses publications, citations and their sources of information (Merigó et al. a).Cited by: 7. This report presents the findings of a bibliometric study of mental health research papers published from to This work has been funded as part of The Science of Science for Mental Health Research Network (SOS for Mental Health), an initiative founded by the Graham Boeckh Foun-dation in collaboration with RAND Europe.
The challenges to expand bibliometric studies from periodical literature to monographic literature with a new data source: the book citation index. W. Glänzel, Bart Thijs, Pei Shan Chi. Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Research output: Contribution to journal › by: Bibliometric analysis of Sri Lanka Journal of the Humanities Navaneethakrishnan, S1 and Kupesan, R2 Universities. In Sri Lanka few bibliometric studies have been done especially by some library professionals. This study especially focuses only on the articles published between meaning book and measurement. Bibliometrics and librametry.
While there is an abundance of literature related to academic law librarianship, no bibliometric studies on this particular subject could be found in the scholarly LIS literature. However, the methodology that is used in this study has been employed in the past by authors . Growth of Literature on Hepatitis () by using bibliometric indicators i.e Relative Growth Rate (RGR) and Doubling Time (Dt).3 The same techniques are also used by Ramakrishnan and Thavamani in their studies on Hepatitis-C and Leptospiroisis. 4 Ramakrishnan& 5, Ravisankar and Author: Kotti Thavamani.
way ahead for the amenity waterways
Drugs and human behavior
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam battles for a democratic constitution of Mauritius
Treatise on Materials Science and Technology (Treatise on materials science and technology)
The trauma treatment handbook
International price comparison
Colored schools in the District of Columbia. Letter from Daniel Breed, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of colored schools in the District of Columbia, in answer to a resolution of the House of March 4, 1864.
Annual bibliography of English language and literature.
The gulls of autumn
Washington Metropolitan area transit regulation compact.
Royal Artillery concerts (1810-1911)
God Bless Baby 1st Year Calendar
An allergy cookbook
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Bibliometric Studies. Author: G. Devarajan ISBN: UOM Genre: Agriculture File Size: MB. Bibliometric studies conducted so far have covered books, periodicals, theses, etc and their components like authors, words, titles, citations, and so on.
: Bibliometric Studies () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. Bibliometric studies in tourism are generally conducted via article-based bibliometric methods since SSCI or Scopus only cover journals. Thus, researchers ignore books, book chapters, monographs, conference proceedings, etc.
to assess the evolution of the by: As this area is very prolific compared with other bibliometric studies considered in this book, the analysis of reproductive biology gathered 4, papers, most of them ( per cent) published by more than Bibliometric studies book author.
The authors were thus able to study the nature of collaborations in this area. Many analyses have been applied in relation to bibliometric studies, but few have shown how to actually carry out the analysis. This book provides a guide on how to develop a bibliometric study, from the first step in which the topic study has to be set, to the analysis and interpretation.3/5(1).
Bibliometric analysis is an indispensable statistic tool to map the state of the art in a given area of scientific knowledge and identify essential information for various purposes, such as prospecting research opportunities and substantiating scientific researches.
Therefore, the objective of this chapter is to present a method of bibliometric analysis for mapping the state of the art and Author: Otávio José de Oliveira, Fabio Francisco da Silva, Fernando Juliani, Luis César Ferreira Motta Barbo.
Bibliometric studies of applied subjects published in the non-ILS category. The division of the literature is summarized in Table 1. The analysis will focus primarily on the two latter groups of applied studies, without pursuing the theoretical studies in detail in the present by: Recently, Shen et al.
() suggested that bibliometric studies in tourism and hospitality have mainly concentrated on analysis of authors, author affiliations and author-selected keywords. this end it publishes articles, book reviews, research studies, conference papers, etc.
both from established and new authors in this field all around the world. REVIEW OF LITERATURE In order to trace the findings of various journal bibliometric studies and to present an analytical view point, the paper.
However, it is only in recent years that bibliometric research has emerged in the realm of translation studies marked by Perspectives: Studies in Translation Theory and Practice, a renowned translatology journal, devoting an entire issue (Volume 23 Issue 2, coedited by Sara Rovira-Esteva, Pilar Orero, & Javier Franco Aixelá) to this topic (see Author: Feng (Robin) Wang, Feng (Robin) Wang, Philippe Humblé, Wen Chen.
This book fills that need by providing tactics on how bibliometrics can be applied to their sphere of scientific activity. Key Features Provides readers with an understanding of bibliometric indicators, including their background and significance, classification in quantitative performance, and an evaluation of science and research.
bibliometric studies. Please note that we do not intend to provide a comprehensive list of all possible sources/software. The lists, given in the subsequent sections, are only illustrative.
Data Sources for Bibliometric Studies Data collection for bibliometric study, often tedious work, has to File Size: 1MB. Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), a pandemic threat to human beings, has aroused huge concern worldwide, but no bibliometric studies have been conducted on MERS research.
The aim of this study was to map research productivity on Cited by: 3. Librametric, Bibliometric, Scientometrics, Informetrics: The Librametric, bibliometric, scientometrics, informetrics are overlapping areas, though their scopes are not the same. Librametry: Dr.
Ranganathan coined the term librametry and presented his concept in at the ASLIB conference held at Lemington Spa. He said that “there is a need to develop this subject on the lines of. bibliometric data (Güzeller and Çeliker, ). Bibliometric studies allow the identification of the trends in a certain field by quantifying the literature in this area (Kasemodel et al., ).
In bibliometric researches, the works are analyzed according to certain characteristics and various findings are obtained (Al and Cotur, ).
This study uses bibliometric techniques to investigate the characteristics and implications of women’s studies literature over the period from to Using computer analysis for bibliometric techniques, the results of the present study demonstrate that the journal literature on women’s studies has grown exponentially, with an annual growth rate of % for over one by: 4.
I admit, I didn’t know until I read this article by Drs. Morandi, Guido, and Tagliabue from Pavia, Italy. Basically, this is a study of other studies: the authors search the Internet using medical referencing software to look for trends in publishing and research, sometimes over decades.
What they found in this bibliometric study of the ketogenic diet was fascinating. Bibliometric studies published by Research HUB members. Bahoo, S., Alon, I., & Paltrinieri, A. Sovereign wealth funds: Past, present and future. There have been several previous bibliometric studies of information science.
One of the very first such studies sought to identify the principal subject areas in the discipline (Salton and Bergmark ) while, more recently, Goodrum et al. () and Katerattanakul, Han and Hong () have reviewed the discipline’s by:. published studies [19, 20]. This type of study could oﬀer readers quantitative information on distribution by country, institution, author, and journal in a speciﬁc ﬁeld.
Over the last 10 years, bibliometric studies have been used to analyze scientiﬁc research in diﬀerent areas, such as long noncodingCited by: 4.The NIH Library's Bibliometric Services Program provides publication analysis services to NIH staff. We use analytics to help you understand and evaluate the publications produced by scientists, grant programs, and institutions at NIH and around the world.Libraries carry out bibliometric studies with information on the scientific production of UPC researchers, the impact of their publications and the positioning of the UPC versus other European and international universities.
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