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Bibliometric Analysis and Visualization

What are Bibliometrics

  • Bibliometrics are the statistical analyses of books, articles, or other publications. 
  • Analyses are used to track author or researcher output and impact.
  • Also used to calculate journal impact factors 
  • Bibliometrics data can also be visualized to understand publication relationships

What impact metrics can be measure with bibliometric data?

Article/Book Citation Impact: The academic impact of particular works, such as journal articles, conference proceedings, and books, can be measured by the number of times they are cited by other works

Journal Citation impact: The impact of particular academic journals can be measured by the number of times their articles are cited and where they are cited.

Researcher Citation impact: The number of works a researcher has published and the number of times these works have been cited can be an indicator of the academic impact of an individual researcher