Citation analysis question
loet at LEYDESDORFF.NET
Mon Aug 21 07:44:03 EDT 2006
bibliographic coupling on the references (BibExcel), citation lineages
(CiteSpace, Histcite), co-word analysis on titles (and abstracts), etc.
I hope that this is somewhat helpful? Best wishes, Loet
Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR)
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Tel.: +31-20- 525 6598; fax: +31-20- 525 3681
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From: ASIS&T Special Interest Group on Metrics
[mailto:SIGMETRICS at listserv.utk.edu] On Behalf Of Dobri Georgievski
Sent: Monday, August 21, 2006 12:31 PM
To: SIGMETRICS at listserv.utk.edu
Subject: [SIGMETRICS] Citation analysis question
as a newbie to the field of bibliometrics, I hope you won't critize me for
using this list to ask for your professional advice and help in regard to
the research I'm working on.
I am currently carrying out a bibliometric analysis on one, nationally and
regionally, important LIS journal published by the national library society.
The journal is publishing professional and research articles from the field
of library and information science. Unfortunately, the journal is not
covered by major indexing databases (journal without IF). Until now I have
finished the descriptive analysis by manually collecting and storing in MS
Access important journal characteristics, like: no. of vol., no. of
articles, article type, authorship characteristics, topic/subject trends...
I have also scanned references from first to last published issue.
Here comes my question: what kind of citation analysis can be done with
references collected only from the source journal without knowing who used
the journal or articles published inside the journal?
a) no. of citations
b) cit. per article
c) cit. per vol.
d) type of cited sources (articles, books, proceedings ...)
e) journal self-citations
f) author self-citations
g) cit. to institutions
Any other advice is more than welcome.
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