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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 library science (260 articles, 22.01%), followed by computer science and information

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/Geography 92 Library Journal Reed Business Information, USA/Information Science & Library Science 81

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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 & Library Science, and the 48 “multidisciplinary” journals, including

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mathematics: 4 (2.01%); forestry: 3 (1.51%); social sciences: 25 (12.56%); other (general) journals: 18 (9.05%); communication, information and library science: 40 (20.10%). I do not think, the great majority of the editors, authors and reviewers of

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Number of dissertations in which the source is cited LC class Naturalistic inquiry for library science: methods and applications for research

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. Li , Y. J. , & Chen , Y. S. ( 2009 ). Survey analysis on the web citations of the periodicals on library science . Sci-Tech Information Development & Economy , 19 ( 6 ), 43 – 47 (In Chinese

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. Domain analysis 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 library science (Hjørland and Albrechtsen 1995 ). Their

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.04.001 . Egghe , L , Rousseau , R 2002 A general framework for relative impact indicators . Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 27 1 29 – 48 . Garfied , E 1955

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of Library Science and Documentation 1983 30 : 78 – 82 . Small , H . Cocitation in scientific literature—new measure of relationship between 2 documents . Journal of the American Society for

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low reputations. Levitt and Thelwall ( 2009 ) investigated the citation profiles of first author based on 82 most highly cited Information Science and Library Science (IS&LS) papers. They found that high percentage of the first authors with relative

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