Genetic Diversity Research Publication Output in India: A Scientometric AnalysisAuthor : Jyothi G. Nair and S. Raja
Volume 8 No.3 October-December 2018 pp 98-102
This paper attempts a scientometric analysis of literature in the field of genetic diversity in India over 5 years (2013-2017). A total of 1417 records and 5960 unique authors are identified. The study characterizes growth output, Authorship pattern, Collaboration pattern, Citation pattern, institutional status etc. Many of the publications have received worldwide attention of various researchers, policymakers, and planners. The number of papers was maximum in the year 2016. Average publication per year is 283. Multi-authored papers dominated over single authorship. The study was analysed by using HistCite software.
Bibliometric, Scientometric, Authorship Pattern, Citation, Genetic Diversity
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