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Authorship Pattern and Collaboration in Indian Parasitology Research Output during (2007-2016)

Abstract : The study highlights the authorship and research collaboration pattern of the Indian parasitological research output during 2007-2016. The primary data for the study were retrieved from Scopus database. This study illustrates various important aspects like – year wise distribution of publications, authorship patterns, author productivity and collaboration. The findings of the study revealed that publications with more than one author dominate in the case of authorship pattern. This study further exposed that the mean values of Collaboration Index 5.019, Degree of Collaboration 0.966 and Collaborative Coefficient 0.7144. This result clearly indicates the growing tendency of collaborative research in the subject area of Parasitology.
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Naheem K.T., Sivaraman P., G Saravanan. Authorship Pattern and Collaboration in Indian Parasitology Research Output during (2007-2016). R.Jeyshankar; S. Thanuskodi; S. Kishore Kumar; S. Raja; A. Jayasundari; A. Ashok Kumar. Enhancement of Technology and Innovations in Contemporary Libraries, Department of Library and Information Science, Alagappa University, pp.220-224, 2019, 978-81-941886-0-5. ⟨hal-02902394⟩

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