Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services (IJISS)
Analysis of Contributions in International Journal of Information Library and SocietyAuthor : B. Vimala
Volume 9 No.1 January-March 2019 pp 62-65
The Bibliometric analysis has been conducted with 98 contributions published in the journal selected between a period of 2012 and 2018. The analysis covers mainly on each article, year wise distribution of contributions, and number of authorship, volume wise authorship and the single and multi-authored papers. The highest number 65 (66.33 %) articles were contributed by joint authors and the rest of 33 (33.7%) articles contributed by a single author. The degree of collaboration is 0.66. The result revealed that the highest number of contributions,i.e.,20 (20.4 %) were published in the year 2018.
Open Access, Authorship Pattern, IJILS, International Journal of Information Library and Society, Bibliometric Study
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