Journal of Documentation: A Bibliometric Study

@inproceedings{Roy2013JournalOD,
  title={Journal of Documentation: A Bibliometric Study},
  author={Sanku Bilas Roy and Moutusi Basak},
  year={2013}
}
AbstractBibliometrics is the discipline where quantitative methods were employed to probe scientific communication process by measuring and analyzing various aspects of written documents. It helps to monitor growth of literature and patterns of research. This paper examines the articles published in Journal of Documentation for authorship pattern, degree of collaboration, geographical distribution of papers and citation analysis. The studies carried out for this paper found that majority of… CONTINUE READING

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