better understanding of the distribution of the top 25 subjects in future research. The top three subjects for data mining research domains are information science and libraryscience (260 articles, 22.01%), followed by computer science and information
mathematics: 4 (2.01%); forestry: 3 (1.51%); social sciences: 25 (12.56%); other (general) journals: 18 (9.05%); communication, information and libraryscience: 40 (20.10%).
I do not think, the great majority of the editors, authors and reviewers of
Leydesdorff and Bornmann ( 2011b ) applied a newly defined “Integrated Impact Indicator” ( I3 ) to two groups of journals: the set of 65 journals classified in the WoS as Information & LibraryScience, and the 48 “multidisciplinary” journals, including
Birger Hjørland and Hanne Albrechtsen proposed the term “domain analysis” for the development of a deeper understanding of a scientific field from the perspective of libraryscience (Hjørland and Albrechtsen 1995 ). Their
Authors:Mingyang Wang, Guang Yu, Shuang An, and Daren Yu
low reputations. Levitt and Thelwall ( 2009 ) investigated the citation profiles of first author based on 82 most highly cited Information Science and LibraryScience (IS&LS) papers. They found that high percentage of the first authors with relative