biblioAnalysis {bibliometrix} | R Documentation |
It performs a bibliometric analysis of a dataset imported from SCOPUS and Clarivate Analytics Web of Science databases.
biblioAnalysis(M, sep = ";")
M |
is a bibliographic data frame obtained by the converting function |
sep |
is the field separator character. This character separates strings in each column of the data frame. The default is |
biblioAnalysis
returns an object of class
"bibliometrix".
The functions summary
and plot
are used to obtain or print a summary and some useful plots of the results.
An object of class
"bibliometrix" is a list containing the following components:
Articles | the total number of manuscripts | |
Authors | the authors' frequency distribution | |
AuthorsFrac | the authors' frequency distribution (fractionalized) | |
FirstAuthors | corresponding author of each manuscript | |
nAUperPaper | the number of authors per manuscript | |
Appearances | the number of author appearances | |
nAuthors | the number of authors | |
AuMultiAuthoredArt | the number of authors of multi-authored articles | |
MostCitedPapers | the list of manuscripts sorted by citations | |
Years | publication year of each manuscript | |
FirstAffiliation | the affiliation of the first author | |
Affiliations | the frequency distribution of affiliations (of all co-authors for each paper) | |
Aff_frac | the fractionalized frequency distribution of affiliations (of all co-authors for each paper) | |
CO | the affiliation country of the first author | |
Countries | the affiliation countries' frequency distribution | |
CountryCollaboration | Intra-country (SCP) and intercountry (MCP) collaboration indices | |
TotalCitation | the number of times each manuscript has been cited | |
TCperYear | the yearly average number of times each manuscript has been cited | |
Sources | the frequency distribution of sources (journals, books, etc.) | |
DE | the frequency distribution of authors' keywords | |
ID | the frequency distribution of keywords associated to the manuscript by SCOPUS and Clarivate Analytics Web of Science database |
convert2df
to import and convert an WoS or SCOPUS Export file in a bibliographic data frame.
summary
to obtain a summary of the results.
plot
to draw some useful plots of the results.
## Not run:
data(management, package = "bibliometrixData")
results <- biblioAnalysis(management)
summary(results, k = 10, pause = FALSE)
## End(Not run)