A bibliometric analysis of the literature of chemoinformatics

  title={A bibliometric analysis of the literature of chemoinformatics},
  author={P. Willett},
  journal={Aslib Proc.},
  • P. Willett
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Aslib Proc.
Purpose – The purpose of this article is to analyse the literature of chemoinformatics, a subject that has arisen over the last few years and that draws on techniques from a range of disciplines, most notably chemistry (particularly computational and medicinal chemistry), computer science and information science.Design/methodology/approach – Discusses subject, author and citation searches of (principally) the web of knowledge database.Findings – The Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling… Expand
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