reduction of compassion, posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms, and burnout. It is an indirect psychological trauma. However, with the mass renewal of CF literature at home and abroad, it is very important to carry out scientific and efficient analysis and management of the literature. Based on the core data of WebofScience (WOS), we use HistCite bibliometric software to objectively analyze the literature related to empathy fatigue, aiming to explore the hot trend in this field, and provide a basis for related scientific research. 2 Subjects and methods 2.1 Sources and
1 Introduction Although the providers of Scopus (Elsevier) and WebofScience (Clarivate Analytics) claim to be increasingly covering the world’s scientific and scholarly literature comprehensively, both products are selective in practice as well as in principle. To have success on the market, these products not only depend on the coverage, but also the quality and relevance of their contents, as well as on their production costs. The provider of WebofScience, Clarivate Analytics, in addition inherits a tradition in which Eugene Garfield (1979) demonstrated
that, compared with the general population, colostomy patients face more severe mental health, social function, and emotional state damage. Therefore, domestic and foreign scholars studying stoma are increasing, but with the increase in the amount of literature, determining how to efficiently manage and quickly find a foothold in scientific research has become an important obstacle for nursing scientific research personnel data. In this study, the stoma research of Science Citation Index (SCI) literature, as a source of information based on the WebofScience
( OpenCitations, 2018 ) makes openly available the citation links from Crossref that are marked as open. This presents an open alternative to commercial citation databases such as WebofScience (WoS, by Clarivate Analytics) which only offer citation data limited by restrictive and fee-based licenses. The ISSI Open Citations Letter ( ISSI, 2017 ) calls for citation metadata to become openly available for scientometrics, both for research in the field and for its applications that support science policy and research evaluation, the latter having a large impact on the scientific
Communicating scientific results to the public is essential to inspire future researchers and ensure that discoveries are exploited. News stories about research are a key communication pathway for this and have been manually monitored to assess the extent of press coverage of scholarship.
To make larger scale studies practical, this paper introduces an automatic method to extract citations from newspaper stories to large sets of academic journals. Curated ProQuest queries were used to search for citations to 9,639 Science and 3,412 Social Science Web of Science (WoS) journals from eight UK daily newspapers during 2006–2015. False matches were automatically filtered out by a new program, with 94% of the remaining stories meaningfully citing research.
Most Science (95%) and Social Science (94%) journals were never cited by these newspapers. Half of the cited Science journals covered medical or health-related topics, whereas 43% of the Social Sciences journals were related to psychiatry or psychology. From the citing news stories, 60% described research extensively and 53% used multiple sources, but few commented on research quality.
The method has only been tested in English and from the ProQuest Newspapers database.
Others can use the new method to systematically harvest press coverage of research.
An automatic method was introduced and tested to extract citations from newspaper stories to large sets of academic journals.
studies have explored the contributions of libraries and librarians through acknowledgments ( Finnell, 2014 ; Hubbard & Laddusaw, 2019 ; Hubbard et al., 2018 ; Scrivener, 2009 ; Stigberg, Guittar, & Morse, 2015 ). Aside from individually consulting or extracting acknowledgments from source publications, there have been few options for researchers to locate and search acknowledgments. Over the last decade WebofScience (WoS) has begun providing funding information, and increasingly the entire “funding text” for all WoS citation indexes ( Mangan, 2019 ). Several
( Spruyt & Engels, 2013 ). Originally the BOF-key was based primarily on input indicators. A major change occurred in 2003 with the addition of bibliometric parameters based on publication and citation data from the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) of WebofScience (WoS) to the system ( Debackere & Glänzel, 2004 ). From then onwards, the BOF-key became a PRFS. This change, however, triggered strong criticism among the scholarly community in Flanders ( De Wever, 2007 ), as the nature of the SCIE caused scholarly publications in the social sciences and humanities
subsection, the most significant general factors are presented. Finally, in Section 4 , I discuss the results and draw the conclusions. 2 Data and methodology In the analysis, only cities that had at least 3,000 journal articles published in the period from 2014 to 2016 (i.e., at least 1,000 articles per year) are included. This criterion was met by 554 cities. Data of scientific publications were provided by the Clarivate Analytics’ WebofScience database. Two constraints were implemented to improve the objectivity of the study: 1) Only journal articles were selected
Entrepreneurial initiatives and actions are considered main triggers of economic and social development as well as important factors in order to achieve more cohesion among various countries and regions within the European Union. The main goal of the present paper consists in analyzing the scientific literature on entrepreneurship and its influences on regional development. In the first section of the paper the concepts of entrepreneurship and regional development are broken down from the perspective of various researchers. Next the link between entrepreneurship and regional development is established and it is analyzed how the two terms are interconnected: entrepreneurship might have a positive contribution to the development of a region and in the same time some regions are more attractive for entrepreneurs than others. In the last section of the paper a bibliometric analysis is conducted, which aims at establishing the interest existing in the scientific literature for this research topic based on different criteria such as: number of publications, language of publication, journals where articles have been published, areas of knowledge in which authors have published research on entrepreneurship and regional development etc. The analysis was conducted based on scientific literature published between 2001 and 2017 and indexed in the Web of Science - Core Collection. It is highlighted that most of the publications on entrepreneurship and regional development are articles, published in English in the field of Business economics. Overall, the positive trend regarding the number of publications on this topic reveals a growing interest for this research area.