work as important within the specialty, perhaps showing a tendency towards evaluative statements. The higher incidence of “reporting” terms (Swales 1990 , p 150) may also be due to a greater concern with recognition within the specialty.
Authors:J. A. García, Rosa Rodriguez-Sánchez, J. Fdez-Valdivia, and J. Martinez-Baena
. ( 2009 ) applies an alternative approach to the measurement of scholarly quality which summarizes the incidence, intensity, and inequality of these journals’ highly cited articles.
The SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) (González-Pereira et al. 2010
Authors:Sungchul Choi, Janghyeok Yoon, Kwangsoo Kim, Jae Yeol Lee, and Cheol-Han Kim
identified the emerging topics in life sciences by checking the high incidence of keyword appearances between 1972 and 2006.
Another type of research can assist in strategic decision-making based on technology trends identified by co-word analysis
second cause of mental retardation in girls throughout the world, with an estimated average incidence of one case every 22,800 girls between 2 and 8 years old. Unfortunately, there is no treatment available for RTT. Several steps have been taken toward
Teixeira 2009 ), is not confirmed in the U–I literature.
Another relevant issue to analyze when looking at the articles published on the topic of U–I links is the geographical incidence of the empirical analysis ( Fig. 5 ). We found that the vast
’. However, ERD is relatively less multidisciplinary than ISBJ, presenting a higher incidence of the Planning and Development and Economics subject specialties. Economics is also important in SBE, although in this case, the weight among Economics (34
journal has little control over the attention to detail in the citing journal (except in the special case of self-citation). One journal with a remarkably low incidence of such errors is Molecular Ecology , previously mentioned because of its self