Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services (IJISS)
A Bibliometric Analysis of LIBRI Journal (2001-2009)Author : Jayendra Kumar Singh
Volume 2 No.1 January-June 2012 pp 55-60
The present study deals about the bibliometric analysis of 221 papers of LIBRI Journals during the year 2001 to 2009. The study focuses on various aspects of LIBRI journal such as its year-wise distribution of papers, authorship pattern, subjectwise distribution of papers, geographical distribution, citation pattern and length of papers. The study shows that out of 221 papers single authors contributed 124 (56.10%) articles while rest of 97 (43.90%) were contributed by joint authors. Subjectwise distribution is maximum (37%) in the field of Public/Digital/Academic Libraries. India ranks at 11th position with 4 publications which shows its lower share in this journal. The average number of citation per article and the mean page length of all the papers during the year 2001 to 2009 are found 2.004 and 11.10 respectively. All the studies will be helpful for its further development.
Authorship Pattern, Bibliometric Analysis, LIBRI Journal