A Bibliometric study of Papers Published in the Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources during 2010-2020

Authors

  • K.C. Garg 14 F Vikrant Apartments, Sector 13, Rohini, Delhi 110085, India
  • Rahul Kumar Singh Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, Ministry of Culture, Government of India, New Delhi 110 011, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56042/ijnpr.v14i2.4217

Keywords:

Bibliometrics, Citation analysis, i-10 index, Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources

Abstract

Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources (IJNPR) is a publication of the CSIR-National Institute of Science Communication and Policy Research (CSIR-NIScPR). This study makes a bibliometric assessment of the papers published in the journal from 2010 to 2020. The data was collected from the website of the journal and was analysed using MS Excel. The bibliometric assessment examines the nature and distribution of documents by their types, the geographical distribution of the papers by countries, Indian states, institutions, and authors and the impact of their productivity as reflected by the citation indicators. In addition, the trend in authorship, citations and national and international collaboration was also examined. A total of 587 documents were published during the study period, of which the majority were original research articles. Analysis revealed that during the study period, contributions from 35 countries including India were published in the journal. Maximum contributions from India were from the state of Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. The study also found that only a small number of papers didn’t receive any citations but a substantial number of papers (17.7%) received 6-10 citations and about 1.7% of papers received 100 or more citations. Most of the highly cited papers were reviews. The multi-authored articles were predominant, whereas the least contribution was by single authors.

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2023-07-26

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