VOSviewer version 1.4.0 released

Kidder, James kidderjh at ORNL.GOV
Mon Sep 12 09:46:19 EDT 2011

What is the best way of taking standard bibliometric data, such as an Endnote file and transforming it into a readable map?  Thank you.

James Kidder
4500N MS-6191
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
(865) 576-0535
kidderjh at ornl.gov<mailto:kidderjh at ornl.gov>

On Sep 12, 2011, at 12:40 AM, Nees Jan van Eck wrote:

Dear colleagues,

A new version of the VOSviewer software for bibliometric mapping has been
released. The software can be freely downloaded at www . vosviewer . com. The
most important new feature is the use of text mining techniques for creating
maps based on large text corpora. Other new features include improved
functionality for creating new maps, extensions of the map file format, and
improved support for Pajek files. Also, various requests from the user
community have been incorporated in the new version of VOSviewer.

Some applications of the new text mining functionality of VOSviewer are
presented in a short paper available at hxxp://arxiv.org/abs/1109.2058.

Feedback on this project is very much welcomed.

Best regards,

Nees Jan van Eck
Ludo Waltman

Nees Jan van Eck MSc

Centre for Science and Technology Studies
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