bibliometric


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bibliometric

[ˌbɪblɪəʊˈmetrɪk] ADJbibliométrico
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In order to fill this gap in the literature, the current bibliometric analysis is the first attempt to identify the breadth of investigatory interest on the MMPI-Pain nexus evident in published research.
A presentation by Trevor Barratt, managing director of Times Higher Education, detailed THE's data credentials and the data for the World University Ranking Performance Data from universities (via THE), Reputation Data from academics (via THE) and Bibliometric Data from academics (via Elsevier).
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (2002) states that bibliometric analyses "use data on numbers and authors of scientific publications and on articles and the citations therein (and in patents) to measure the 'output' of individuals/research teams, institutions, and countries, to identify national and international networks, and to map the development of new (multi-disciplinary) fields of science and technology" (p.
Cameroon publications in the Science Citation Index Expanded: Bibliometric analysis
In most fields of study, periodic bibliometric analysis is conducted to update the state of knowledge in the area and identify its trends.
Elsevier, the information analytics business specializing in science and health, has announced that the Italian National Agency for University and Research Systems Evaluations (ANVUR) has selected Scopus, the worlds largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed scientific literature, as its bibliometric data provider for the review and assessment process of a specific national research funding initiative, known as the Fund for Financing Basic Research Activities (Fondo Finanziamento Attivita Base di Ricerca).
Accordingly, in this study, a bibliometric analysis of the global literature on nursing workforce and migration was conducted to determine the breadth and foci of the contributions the profession is making to scholarship on this topic.
Additionally, the increasing importance of research assessment based on bibliometric indicators in acquiring project funding, academic institution rankings, career development, and institutional promotion is prompting academic institutions to measure these indicators [2, 3].
Bibliometric is a branch of information science, it identifies the numerical places of research productivity, and it quantifies to evaluate the publication and pattern of authorship.
However, traditional bibliometric indicators are not well adapted to the practical tasks for which they are used.
Bibliometric data is provided by Scopus/Elsevier, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.