Detection of information requirements of researchers using Bibliometric analyses to identify target journals

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Abstract

Bibliometric analyses were used to identify journals that are representative of the authors' research institutes. Methods to semiautomatically collect data for an institute's publications and which journals they cite are described. Citation analyses of lists of articles and their citations can help librarians to quickly identify the preferred journals in terms of the number of publications, and the most frequently cited journals. Librarians can use these data to generate a list of journals that an institute should subscribe to.

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Gureyev, V. N., & Mazov, N. A. (2013). Detection of information requirements of researchers using Bibliometric analyses to identify target journals. Information Technology and Libraries, 32(4), 66–77. https://doi.org/10.6017/ital.v32i4.3421

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