Asian Journal of Information Science and Technology (AJIST)
A Scientometric Analysis of Indian Research Output in Marine Drugs during 1989-2017Author : V. Jayasree and M. D. Baby
Volume 9 No.3 July-December 2019 pp 25-30
The study analyzes the Marine drugs research output from the year 1989-2017. The data was downloaded from the Web of Science maintained by Thomson Reuters. The findings of the study revealed that the highest number of TLCS and TGCS witnessed in the year 2010 i.e. 1131 (9.63%) and 10381 (7.29%). The study shows that a major source of publication in Marine Drugs research comes in the form of articles and India with 416 records ranked the third position among the country-wise distribution of records.
Scientometrics, Marine Drugs, India
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