Sex! (A bibliometric analysis)

A bibliometric analysis, using Medline (MeSH terminology) and ISI Web of Science, looking at the use of the terms “sex” and “sexuality” in scientific and medical literature.


Pot vs. Beer: Which Has More Scientific Impact?

Bibliometric and citation analyses regarding the extent of scholarly research being done on the topics of beer and marijuana. Topic searches were performed in ISI’s Web of Science (SCIE, 2002-2011) and compared against each other. Learn which countries and institutions are performing the most research into beer and marijuana, and learn which are the most impactful. Who is funding this research, and what schools are performing it?

Subject Brief – Traditional Chinese Medicine

Learn about Traditional Chinese Medicine, and a listing of existing scholarly resources on the subject, followed by a citation analysis overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine as covered by the Web of Science.

Pricing Case Study – Legal Publisher

Learn about the analyses necessary to determine a pricing model for a publisher selling value-added databases to the legal marketplace. Sample data were created for a job interview – it has been scrubbed for anonymity – for which the challenge presented was to answer the question “what does our company need to look at to determine an appropriate pricing structure?”

Analysis can be fun – A Case Study in Bibliometrics

A professional bibliometric analysis, identifying trends for an anonymous scholarly journal based on various data elements. Detailed analysis of the journal’s Impact Factor and other citation metrics, both over time and in context against other category journals. Learn more about bibliometrics, business analysis and the business of scientific publishing.

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