bibliometric methods

Stephen J. Bensman notsjb at LSU.EDU
Thu Mar 6 11:39:42 EST 2008

If you have access to them, the best way  to obtain an overview of the 
field is probably to peruse the back volumes of the Annual Review for 
Information and Technology.  Over the years there have appeared a number 
of good articles surveying information science as a whole and special 
subfields of it.  You can start finding what has been done by going to the 
following web site ant looking at what has been done since 2002.

I am sure that by doing this you will come up with a number of articles 
covering areas of interest to you.

Stephen J. Bensman, Ph.D.
LSU Libraries
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA

On Thu, 6 Mar 2008 01:00:21 +0100, Dobri Georgievski 
<dobri.georgievski at GMAIL.COM> wrote:

>Adminstrative info for SIGMETRICS (for example unsubscribe):
>Pardon my asking, are you aware of any article/monograph that lists,
>classifies and/or describes, in a systematic manner, all different
>bibliometric methods that are currently in use? (like: Citation analysis,
>bibliographic coupling, co-citation, citation context analysis, content
>analysis, publication analysis, co-word analysis ...). As a relative 
>to the field I'm only aware of Diodato's dictionary. Any other resources?

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