recorded on an MP3 player and later transcribed verbatim for further analysis. The verbatim texts serve as the basis for contentanalysis. The lengths of the answers given varied from 5 to 2,279 words, with the mean 203.
applied them as whole-body movements, not as repetitive, individual movements of the same body part. 9. Comparative ContentAnalysis The present comparative contentanalysis applies the aforementioned tools to discover the correspondence in, and between
determine what information on chia seeds is available on Hungarian websites. Materials and methods We used systematic qualitative contentanalysis to review the first 200 Hungarian results of a Google ( www.google.hu ) search on “chia mag”. In order to
were analyzed and indexed in WOS. This study aims to analyze and evaluate the studies published in this database on SL in primary school using bibliometrics and contentanalysis. The current study is limited to the studies published in the WOS database
By means of bibliometrics and content analysis, both quantitative and qualitative, based upon JETRO Technology Bulletin data-base, the authors reveal some properties of overseas monitoring for industrial technology and technology policy by Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), specifically, identify the shift of focus in regional and technical field dimensions, depict the different modes of representative technical areas, and trace the relation between technology monitoring and government policy action.
Motivations for the creation of hyperlinks to business sites were analyzed through a content analysis approach. Links to 280
North American IT companies (71 Canadian companies and 209 U.S. companies) were searched through Yahoo!. Then a random sample
of 808 links was taken from the links retrieved. The content as well as the context of each link was manually examined to
determine why the link was created. The country location and the type of the site where the link came from were also identified.
The study found that most links were created for business purposes confirming findings from early quantitative studies that
links contain useful business information. Links to competitors were extremely rare but competitors were often co-linked,
suggesting that co-link analysis is the direction to pursue for information on competitive intelligence.
conducted a contentanalysis of these comments to determine differences in the aspects and issues that the reviewers focus on in their reviews.
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In this study we carried out a content analysis of Web pages containing the search term "S&T indicators", which were located by an extensive search of the Web. Our results clearly show that the Web is a valuable information source on this topic. Major national and international institutions and organizations publish the full text of their reports on the Web, or allow free downloading of these reports in non-html formats. In addition to direct information, a number of pages listing and linking to major reports, programs and organizations were also located.
We present an application of a clustering technique to a large original dataset of SCI publications which is capable at disentangling
the different research lines followed by a scientist, their duration over time and the intensity of effort devoted to each
of them. Information is obtained by means of software-assisted content analysis, based on the co-occurrence of words in the
full abstract and title of a set of SCI publications authored by 650 American star-physicists across 17 years. We estimated
that scientists in our dataset over the time span contributed on average to 16 different research lines lasting on average
3.5 years and published nearly 5 publications in each single line of research. The technique is potentially useful for scholars
studying science and the research community, as well as for research agencies, to evaluate if the scientist is new to the
topic and for librarians, to collect timely biographic information.