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bibliometrics

Line breaks: biblio|met¦rics
Pronunciation: /ˌbɪblɪə(ʊ)ˈmɛtrɪks
 
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Definition of bibliometrics in English:

plural noun

[treated as singular]
Statistical analysis of books, articles, or other publications.
Example sentences
  • His recent studies on bibliometrics and social network analysis are seminal and will be quoted for years to come.
  • Domain analysis is able to unite different sub-disciplines such as bibliometrics, knowledge organization, information retrieval and information literacy.
  • Develop site visit strategies to assess organizations globally using bibliometrics and other science and technology indicators.

Derivatives

bibliometric

1
adjective
Example sentences
  • The bibliographic details of the papers cited in 15 clinical guidelines, developed in and for the United Kingdom, were collated and analysed with applied bibliometric techniques.
  • The bibliometric evidence thus leaves little doubt that a sizeable group of Englishmen had learned the core ideas of Protestantism very well indeed.
  • On a list of journals within a particular research field, advocates of bibliometric indexes contend that a journal's impact factor will correlate well with the quality of research it publishes.

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