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bibliometric

[ˌbɪblɪəʊˈmetrɪk] ADJbibliométrico
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Scientometrics in a changing research landscape: bibliometrics has become an integral part of research quality evaluation and has been changing the practice of research.
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 Center will draw on the interconnected disciplines of research evaluation, bibliometrics and scientometrics, science of science, science and technology studies, and the science of team science.
Bibliometrics have provided one way to show attention and value to scholarly research.
Bibliometrics is a scientific discipline focused on the quantitative analysis of academic publications.
The classical laws of Bibliometrics which was given by three different learned information professionals are the key laws and practically used as tool to judge a specific subject arena in different prospects.
The bibliometric is the statistical analysis of sets of scientific publications that allows the identification of research quality for new knowledge as well as results in production indicators which help in management and decision-making in research.14 "The bibliometric indicator is a device based on bibliographic information used to measure and assesses scientific intellectual activity of an individual, country and so on".15 Furthermore, bibliometrics is truly interdisciplinary research fields that comprise components from mathematics, engineering, social, natural and even life sciences, hence extend to all scientific fields.16
Bibliometrics is a useful method to describe the developing trends of a research domain.
To judge by the program for MLA '17, the 2017 Medical Library Association (MLA) annual meeting, bibliometrics is becoming increasingly prominent in the world of medical libraries.
In a bibliometrics study, Mavropoulos and Kiliaridis (4) found that a majority of articles published in orthodontics journals focus on the diagnosis and treatment methods and that studies about novel treatment techniques have markedly decreased in the last two decades, highlighting the increased need for high-quality studies producing reliable evidence.
The term bibliometrics was first introduced by Prichard in 1969 and is defined as 'organization, classication and quantitative evaluation of publication pattern of all macro and micro-communications, along with their authorships by mathematical and statistical calculus1.