Publications

This page provides a list of VOSviewer-related publications. A distinction is made between technical publications on VOSviewer and publications in which applications of VOSviewer are presented.

Technical publications on VOSviewer

Technical information on VOSviewer and on the VOS mapping and clustering techniques is provided in the following publications:

  • Perianes-Rodriguez, A., Waltman, L., & Van Eck, N.J. (2016). Constructing bibliometric networks: A comparison between full and fractional counting. Journal of Informetrics, 10(4), 1178-1195. (paper, preprint)
  • Van Eck, N.J., & Waltman, L. (2014). Visualizing bibliometric networks. In Y. Ding, R. Rousseau, & D. Wolfram (Eds.), Measuring scholarly impact: Methods and practice (pp. 285-320). Springer. (book chapter, preprint)
  • Waltman, L., & Van Eck, N.J. (2013). A smart local moving algorithm for large-scale modularity-based community detection. European Physical Journal B, 86(11), 471. (paper, preprint, supplementary material)
  • Van Eck, N.J., & Waltman, L. (2011). Text mining and visualization using VOSviewer. ISSI Newsletter, 7(3), 50-54. (paper, preprint, supplementary material)
  • Van Eck, N.J., Waltman, L., Dekker, R., & Van den Berg, J. (2010). A comparison of two techniques for bibliometric mapping: Multidimensional scaling and VOS. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(12), 2405-2416. (paper, preprint, supplementary material)
  • Waltman, L., Van Eck, N.J., & Noyons, E.C.M. (2010). A unified approach to mapping and clustering of bibliometric networks. Journal of Informetrics, 4(4), 629-635. (paper, preprint, supplementary material)
  • Van Eck, N.J., & Waltman, L. (2010). Software survey: VOSviewer, a computer program for bibliometric mapping. Scientometrics, 84(2), 523-538. (paper, preprint, supplementary material)
  • Van Eck, N.J., & Waltman, L. (2009). How to normalize cooccurrence data? An analysis of some well-known similarity measures. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(8), 1635-1651. (paper, preprint)
  • Van Eck, N.J., & Waltman, L. (2007). VOS: a new method for visualizing similarities between objects. In H.-J. Lenz, & R. Decker (Eds.), Advances in Data Analysis: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the German Classification Society (pp. 299-306). Springer. (paper, preprint)

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Publications on applications of VOSviewer

Applications of VOSviewer and of the VOS mapping and clustering techniques can be found in the following publications:

  • Park, J.Y., & Nagy, Z. (in press). Comprehensive analysis of the relationship between thermal comfort and building control research - A data-driven literature review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. (paper)
  • Van Nunen, K., Li, J., Reniers, G., & Ponnet, K. (in press). Bibliometric analysis of safety culture research. Safety Science. (paper)
  • Lazzarini, B., & Pérez-Foguet, A. (in press). Profiling research of the engineering academics who successfully promote education in sustainable human development. Journal of Cleaner Production. (paper)
  • Leydesdorff, L., Wagner, C.S., & Bornmann, L. (in press). Betweenness and diversity in journal citation networks as measures of interdisciplinarity - A tribute to Eugene Garfield. Scientometrics. (paper)
  • Flis, I., & van Eck, N.J. (in press). Framing psychology as a discipline (1950–1999): A large-scale term co-occurrence analysis of scientific literature in psychology. (paper)
  • Néel, A., Agard, C., & Hamidou, M. (in press). Vasculitides induced by cocaine and/or levamisole. Joint Bone Spine. (paper)
  • Holman, D., Lynch, R., & Reeves, A. (in press). How do health behaviour interventions take account of social context? A literature trend and co-citation analysis. Health. (paper)
  • Alhuay-Quispe, J., & Bautista-Ynofuente, L. (in press). Letters to editor by Peruvian authors in medical journals indexed in Scopus Database. Educación Médica. (paper)
  • Sherren, K., & Kent, C. (in press). Who's afraid of Allan Savory? Scientometric polarization on Holistic Management as competing understandings. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. (paper)
  • Alhuay-Quispe, J., & Hernandez, R.M. (in press). Cuban Letters to Editor published in medical journals indexed at Scopus Database. Investigación en Educación Médica. (paper)
  • Van Haute, E., Paulis, E., & Sierens, V. (in press). Assessing party membership figures: the mapp dataset. European Political Science. (paper)
  • Reis, J.G., Duarte, E., Eble, L.J., & Garcia, L.P. (2017). Epidemiology and health services: 25 years in review. Epidemiologia e Serviços de Saúde, 26(4), 685-700. (paper)
  • Ahmed, W. (in press). Defining Big Data and measuring its associated trends in the field of Information and Library Management. Library Hi Tech News, 34(9), 21-24. (paper)
  • Escalante Collazo, G.E., Gonzalez Argote, J., Garcia Rivero, A.A. (2017). The scientific production on neglected infectious diseases in Latin America. Revista Electrónica Dr. Zoilo E. Marinello Vidaurreta, 42(5), 428. (paper)
  • Estevão, C., Garcia, A.R., Filipe, S.B., & Fernandes, C. (2017). Convergence in tourism management research: A bibliometric analysis. Tourism & Management Studies, 13(4), 30-42. (paper)
  • Palmblad, M., & Torvik, V. I. (2017). Spatiotemporal analysis of tropical disease research combining Europe PMC and affiliation mapping web services. Tropical Medicine and Health, 45(1), 33. (paper)
  • Vargas-Quesada, B., Chinchilla-Rodríguez, Z., & Rodríguez, N. (2017). Identification and visualization of the intellectual structure in graphene research. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics, 2, 7. (paper)
  • Cipriano, M., Alla, F., Benamouzig, D., & Spaak, M. (2017). An overview on health services research in France between 2010 and 2015. European Journal of Public Health, 27(suppl_3), ckx187.337. (paper)
  • Coskun, H.E., & Tabak, A. (2017). What do we actually study when we study organizational behaviour? An evaluation on master's and doctoral theses in Turkey. The Journal of Human and Work, 4(2), 101-111. (paper)
  • Escobar-Sierra, M., Lara-Valencia, L.A., & Valencia-DeLara, P. (2017). Model for innovation management by companies based on corporate entrepreneurship. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 15(3), 234-241. (paper)
  • Hu, J., Hu, J., Zhang, Y., & Zhang, Y. (2017). Structure and patterns of cross-national Big Data research collaborations. Journal of Documentation, 73(6), 1119-1136. (paper)
  • Cancino, C.A., Merigó, J.M., Coronado, F.C. (2017). Big names in innovation research: A bibliometric overview. Current Science, 113(8), 1507-1518. (paper)
  • Zhang, W., Zhao, Q., Deng, J., Hu, Y., Wang, Y., & Ouyang, D. (2017). Big data analysis of global advances in pharmaceutics and drug delivery 1980–2014. Drug Discovery Today, 22(8), 1201-1208. (paper)
  • Ávila-Robinson, A., & Sengoku, S. (2017). Tracing the knowledge-building dynamics in new stem cell technologies through techno-scientific networks. Scientometrics, 112(3), 1691-1720. (paper)
  • Shapira, P., Kwon, S., & Youtie, J. (2017). Tracking the emergence of synthetic biology. Scientometrics, 112(3), 1439-1469. (paper)
  • Kokol, P., Vošner, H.B., & Vermeulen, J. (2017). Exploring an unknown territory: "Sleeping Beauties" in the nursing research literature. Nursing Research, 66(5), 359-367. (paper)
  • Karunan, K., Lathabai, H.H., & Prabhakaran, T. (2017). Discovering interdisciplinary interactions between two research fields using citation networks. Scientometrics, 113(1), 335-367. (paper)
  • Merigó, J.M., Herrera-Viedma, E., Cobo, M.J., Laengle, S., & Rivas, D. (2017). A bibliometric analysis of the first twenty years of soft computing. In Advances in Fuzzy Logic and Technology, 624 (pp. 517-528). Springer. (paper)
  • Du, H.S., Ke, X., Chu, S.K.W., & Chan, L.T. (2017). A bibliometric analysis of emergency management using information systems (2000-2016). Online Information Review, 41(4), 454-470. (paper)
  • Taype-Rondan, A., Huapaya-Huertas, O., Bendezu-Quispe, G., Pacheco-Mendoza, J., & Bryce-Alberti, M. (2017). Scientific production in diabetes in Peru: A bibliometric study. Revista chilena de nutrición, 44(2), 153-160. (paper)
  • Al-Jabi, S.W. (2017). Global research trends in West Nile virus from 1943 to 2016: A bibliometric analysis. Globalization and health, 13(1), 55. (paper)
  • Costas, R. (2017). Towards the social media studies of science: Social media metrics, present and future. Bibliotecas. Anales de Investigación, 13(1), 1-5. (paper)
  • Ávila-Robinson, A., & Sengoku, S. (2017). Multilevel exploration of the realities of interdisciplinary research centers for the management of knowledge integration. Technovation, 62–63, 22-41. (paper)
  • Popescu, C. (2017). Is environmental protection a central issue to the business strategy of high profile companies? Content analysis of website corporate communication. Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis, 9(1), 87-99. (paper)
  • Mascarenhas, C., Marques, C., Galvão, A., & Santos, G. (2017). Entrepreneurial university: Towards a better understanding of past trends and future directions. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 11(3), 316-338. (paper)
  • Lv, H. (2017). Assessment of global law and psychiatry research in the period of 1993-2012: A bibliometric analysis (part-I). The Electronic Library, 35(3), 559-572. (paper)
  • Baldock, C. (2017). Trends in gel dosimetry: Preliminary bibliometric overview of active growth areas, research trends and hot topics from Gore's 1984 paper onwards. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 847(1), 012072. (paper)
  • Ugarte, E., León, J., & Parra, G. (2017). The liquidity trap, history, and research trends: A bibliometric analysis. Problemas del Desarrollo, 48(190), 165-188. (paper)
  • Ovallos, D., Velez, J., Figueroa, A., Sarmiento, J., & Barrera, J. (2017). Knowledge and socioeconomic development. A review of the literature. Revista ESPACIOS, 38(46). 43. (paper)
  • Cancino, C., Merigó, J.M., Coronado, F., Dessouky, Y., & Dessouky, M. (2017). Forty years of Computers & Industrial Engineering: A bibliometric analysis. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 113, 614-629. (paper)
  • Zhai, X., Cui, J., Shao, J., Wang, Q., Chen, X., Wei, X., ... & Li, M. (2017). Global research trends in spinal ultrasound: A systematic bibliometric analysis. BMJ Open, 7, e015317. (paper)
  • Oraee, M., Hosseini, M.R., Papadonikolaki, E., Palliyaguru, R., & Arashpour, M. (2017). Collaboration in BIM-based construction networks: A bibliometric-qualitative literature review. International Journal of Project Management, 35(7), 1288-1301. (paper)
  • de la Cruz-Lovera, C., Perea-Moreno, A.J., de la Cruz-Fernández, J.L., Alvarez-Bermejo, J.A., & Manzano-Agugliaro, F. (2017). Worldwide research on energy efficiency and sustainability in public buildings. Sustainability, 9(8), 1294. (paper)
  • Duyx, B., Urlings, M.J.E., Swaen, G.M.H., Bouter, L.M., & Zeegers, M.P. (2017). Selective citation in the literature on swimming in chlorinated water and childhood asthma: A network analysis. Research Integrity and Peer Review, 2, 17. (paper)
  • Sánchez de la Guía, L., Puyuelo Cazorla, M., & de-Miguel-Molina, B. (2017). Terms and meanings of "participation" in product design: From "user involvement" to "co-design". The Design Journal, 20(sup1), S4539-S4551. (paper)
  • Gao, Y., Wang, Y., Zhai, X., He, Y., Chen, R., Zhou, J., Li, M., & Wang, Q. (2017). Publication trends of research on diabetes mellitus and T cells (1997–2016): A 20-year bibliometric study. PLOS ONE, 12(9), e0184869. (paper)
  • Zhang, W., & Banerji, S. (2017). Challenges of servitization: A systematic literature review. Industrial Marketing Management, 65, 217-227. (paper)
  • Leung, X. Y., Sun, J., & Bai, B. (2017). Bibliometrics of social media research: A co-citation and co-word analysis. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 66, 35-45. (paper)
  • Maia, J.L. & Di Serio, L.C. (2017). Corporate governance and business strategy: Bibliometric mapping the scientific production in the field. Revista Gestão & Tecnologia, 17(2), 160-185. (paper)
  • Wang, P., Zhu, F., Song, H., & Hou, J. (2017). A bibliometric profile of Current Science between 1961 and 2015. Current Science, 113(3), 386-392. (paper)
  • de Paula Fonseca e Fonseca, B., da Silva, M.V.P., de Araújo, K.M., Sampaio, R.B., & Moraes, M.O. (2017). Network analysis for science and technology management: Evidence from tuberculosis research in Fiocruz, Brazil. PLOS ONE, 12(8), e0181870. (paper)
  • Ryciuk, U. (2017). The impact of interorganizational trust on supply chain performance. Studia Ekonomiczne, 315, 54-65. (paper)
  • Hernández-Vásquez, A., & Rosselli, D. (2017). A bibliometric analysis of the global research on sofosbuvir. F1000Research, 6, 1536. (paper)
  • Carley, S., Porter, A.L., Rafols, I., & Leydesdorff, L. (2017). Visualization of disciplinary profiles: Enhanced science overlay maps. Journal of Data and Information Science, 2(3), 68-111. (paper)
  • Leydesdorff, L., Thor, A., & Bornmann, L. (2017). Further steps in integrating the platforms of WoS and Scopus: Historiography with HistCite™ and main-path analysis. El profesional de la información, 26(4), 662-670. (paper)
  • Van Raan, A.F.J. (2017). Book review of Theories of Informetrics and Scholarly Communication, by Cassidy R. Sugimoto. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(9), 2275–2283. (paper)
  • Leydesdorff, L., Kogler, D.F. & Yan, B. (2017). Mapping patent classifications: portfolio and statistical analysis, and the comparison of strengths and weaknesses. Scientometrics, 112(3), 1573–1591. (paper)
  • De Campos, E.A.R., De Paula, I.C., Pagani, R.N., & Guarnieri, P. (2017). Reverse logistics for the end-of-life of and end-of-use products in the pharmaceutical industry: A systematic literature review. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 22(4), 375-392. (paper)
  • Hu, J., & Zhang, Y. (2017). Discovering the interdisciplinary nature of Big Data research through social network analysis and visualization. Scientometrics, 112(1), 91–10. (paper)
  • Qasim, M. (2017). Sustainability and wellbeing: A scientometric and bibliometric review of the literature. Journal of Economic Surveys, 31(4), 1035–1061. (paper)
  • García-Lillo, F., Claver-Cortés, E., Marco-Lajara, B., & Úbeda-García, M. (2017). Mapping the intellectual structure of research on 'born global' firms and INVs: A citation/co-citation analysis. Management International Review, 57(4), 631–652. (paper)
  • Zyoud, S.E.H., Waring, W.S., Sweileh, W.M., & Al-Jabi, S.W. (2017). Global research trends in lithium toxicity from 1913 to 2015: A bibliometric analysis. Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology, 121(1), 67–73. (paper)
  • Watad, A., Bragazzi, N.L., Adawi, M., Amital, H., Kivity, S., Mahroum, N., Blank, M., & Shoenfeld, Y. (2017). Is autoimmunology a discipline of its own? A big data-based bibliometric and scientometric analyses. Autoimmunity, 50(4), 269-274. (paper)
  • McDowell, D.T., Darani, A., Shun, A., Thomas, G., & Holland, A.J. (2017). A bibliometric analysis of pediatric liver transplantation publications. Pediatric Transplantation, 21(4), e12913. (paper)
  • Huang, Y., Zhu, D., Lv, Q., Porter, A.L., Robinson, D.K., & Wang, X. (2017). Early insights on the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI): An overlay map-based bibliometric study. Scientometrics, 111(3), 2041–2057. (paper)
  • Hu, Z., Guo, F., & Hou, H. (2017). Mapping research spotlights for different regions in China. Scientometrics, 110(2), 779–790. (paper)
  • Van Eck, N.J., & Waltman, L. (2017). Citation-based clustering of publications using CitNetExplorer and VOSviewer. Scientometrics, 111(2), 1053–1070. (paper)
  • Garechana, G., Río-Belver, R., Bildosola, I., & Salvador, M.R. (2017). Effects of innovation management system standardization on firms: Evidence from text mining annual reports. Scientometrics, 111(3), 1987–1999. (paper)
  • Van Raan, A.F.J (2017). Sleeping beauties cited in patents: Is there also a dormitory of inventions? Scientometrics, 110(3), 1123–1156. (paper)
  • Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L., & Wagner, C. S. (2017). Generating clustered journal maps: An automated system for hierarchical classification. Scientometrics, 110(3), 1601–161. (paper)
  • Zhu, J. & Hua, W. (2017). Visualizing the knowledge domain of sustainable development research between 1987 and 2015: A bibliometric analysis. Scientometrics, 110(2), 893–914. (paper)
  • Barlow, P., McKee, M., Reeves, A., Galea, G., & Stuckler, D. (2017). Time-discounting and tobacco smoking: A systematic review and network analysis. International Journal of Epidemiology, 46(3), 860-869. (paper)
  • Ghorbani, F., Feizabadi, M., Farzanegan, R., Vaziri, E., Samani, S., Lajevardi, S., Moradi, L., & Shadmehr M.B. (2017). An investigation of topics and trends of tracheal replacement studies using co-occurrence analysis. Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews, 23(2), 118-127. (paper)
  • Merigó, J.M., Blanco-Mesa, F., Gil-Lafuente, A.M., & Yager, R.R. (2017). Thirty years of the International Journal of Intelligent Systems: A bibliometric review. International Journal of Intelligent Systems, 32(5), 526–554. (paper)
  • Markoulli, M., Lee, C.I.S.G., Byington, E., & Felps, W.A. (2017). Mapping Human Resource Management: Reviewing the field and charting future directions. Human Resource Management Review, 27(3), 367-396. (paper)
  • Broström, A. & Karlsson, S. (2017). Mapping research on R&D, innovation and productivity: A study of an academic endeavour. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 26(1-2), 6-20. (paper)
  • Steinhardt, I., Schneijderberg, C., Götze, N., Baumann, J., & Krücken, G. (2017). Mapping the quality assurance of teaching and learning in higher education: The emergence of a specialty. Higher Education, 74(2), 221–237. (paper)
  • Li, J., Reniers, G., Cozzani, V., & Khan, F. (2017). A bibliometric analysis of peer-reviewed publications on domino effects in the process industry. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 49A, 103-110. (paper)
  • Ferreira, J.J., Fernandes, C.I., Peres-Ortiz, M., & Alves, H. (2017). Conceptualizing social entrepreneurship: Perspectives from the literature. International Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing, 14(1), 73–93. (paper)
  • Almeida, M.S., & Quintanilha, A. (2017). Of responsible research—Exploring the science-society dialogue in undergraduate training within the life sciences. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 45(1), 46–52. (paper)
  • Ferreira, J.J.M., Fernandes, C.I., Peris-Ortiz, M., & Ratten, V. (2017). Female entrepreneurship: A co-citation analysis. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 31(2), 325–340. (paper)
  • Haider, J., & Åström, F. (2017). Dimensions of trust in scholarly communication: Problematizing peer review in the aftermath of John Bohannon's “Sting” in science. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(2), 450–467. (paper)
  • Yan, B., & Luo, J. (2017). Measuring technological distance for patent mapping. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(2), 423–437. (paper)
  • Hook, P.A. (2017). Using course-subject Co-occurrence (CSCO) to reveal the structure of an academic discipline: A framework to evaluate different inputs of a domain map. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(1), 182–196. (paper)
  • Leydesdorff, L., & de Nooy, W. (2017). Can “hot spots” in the sciences be mapped using the dynamics of aggregated journal-journal citation relations? Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(1), 197–213. (paper)
  • Rotolo, D., Rafols, I., Hopkins, M.M., & Leydesdorff, L. (2017). Strategic intelligence on emerging technologies: Scientometric overlay mapping. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(1), 214–233. (paper)
  • García-Lillo, F., Úbeda-García, M., & Marco-Lajara, B. (2017). The intellectual structure of human resource management research: A bibliometric study of the International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2000–2012. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 28(13), 1786-1815. (paper)
  • Durrant, P. (2017). Lexical bundles and disciplinary variation in university students’ writing: Mapping the territories. Applied Linguistics, 38(2), 165–193. (paper)
  • Parker, S.K., Morgeson, F.P., & Johns, G. (2017). One hundred years of work design research: Looking back and looking forward. Journal of Applied Psychology, 102(3), 403-420. (paper)
  • Carpini, J.A., Parker, S.K., & Griffin, M.A. (2017). A look back and a leap forward: A review and synthesis of the individual work performance literature. Academy of Management Annals, 11(2), 825-885. (paper)
  • Yeung, A.W.K., Goto, T.K., & Leung, W.K. (2017). At the leading front of neuroscience: A bibliometric study of the 100 most-cited articles. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11, 363. (paper)
  • Santos, A., Mangini, E.R., Urdan, A.T., & Rossini, F.H.B. (2017). Bibliometric evaluation in service innovation. Perspectivas em Gestão & Conhecimento, 7(1), 212-227. (paper)
  • Laengle, S., Merigó, J.M., Miranda, J., Slowinski, R., Bomze, I., Borgonovo, E., ... & Teunter, R. (2017). Forty years of the European Journal of Operational Research: A bibliometric overview. European Journal of Operational Research, 262(3), 803-816. (paper)
  • Edwards-Schachter, M., & Wallace, M. L. (2017). 'Shaken, but not stirred': Sixty years of defining social innovation. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 119, 64-79. (paper)
  • Bla�un Vošner, H., Bobek, S., Sternad Zabukovšek, S., & Kokol, P. (2017). Openness and information technology: A bibliometric analysis of literature production. Kybernetes, 46(5), 750-766. (paper)
  • Munoz-Munoz, A.M., & Dolores Miron-Valdivieso, M. (2017). Analysis of collaboration and co-citation networks between researchers studying violence involving women. Information Research, 22(2), paper 758. (paper)
  • Pilerot, O., Hammarfelt, B., & Moring, C. (2017). The many faces of practice theory in library and information studies. Information Research, 22(1), CoLIS paper 1602. (paper)
  • Romeo, M., Yepes-Baldó, M., Boria-Reverter, S., & Merigó, J.M. (2017). Twenty-five years of research on work and organizational psychology: A bibliometric perspective. Anuario de Psicología, 47(1), 32-44. (paper)
  • Liao, S.Y., & Lei, L. (2017). What we talk about when we talk about corpus: A bibliometric analysis of corpus-related research in linguistics (2000-2015). Glottometrics, 38, 1-20.
  • Cingolani, I., Panzarasa, P., & Tajoli, L. (2017). Countries' positions in the international global value networks: Centrality and economic performance. Applied Network Science, 2, 21. (paper)
  • Popescu, C. (2017). Is environmental protection a central issue to the business strategy of high profile companies? Content analysis of website corporate communication. Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis, 9(1), 87-99. (paper)
  • Marx, W., Haunschild, R., & Bornmann, L. (2017). Global warming and tea production - The bibliometric view on a newly emerging research topic. Climate, 5(3), 46. (paper)
  • Mazaheri, E., Geraei, E., Zare-Farashbandi, F., & Papi, A. (2017). The condition of interdisciplinary communication among various Educational and Research Departments of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences. Journal of Education and Health Promotion, 6, 46. (paper)
  • Sweileh, W.M., Al-Jabi, S.W., AbuTaha, A.S., Sa'ed, H.Z., Anayah, F.M., & Sawalha, A.F. (2017). Bibliometric analysis of worldwide scientific literature in mobile-health: 2006–2016. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 17(1), 72. (paper)
  • Mendonça, A.K.D.S., Vaz, C.R., Lezana, Á.G.R., Anacleto, C.A., & Paladini, E.P. (2017). Comparing patent and scientific literature in airborne wind energy. Sustainability, 9(6), 915. (paper)
  • Vaz, C.R., Rauen, T.R.S., & Lezana, Á.G.R. (2017). Sustainability and Innovation in the Automotive Sector: A Structured Content Analysis. Sustainability, 9(6), 880. (paper)
  • Gudanowska, A.E. (2017). Modern research trends within technology management in the light of selected publications. Procedia Engineering, 182, 247-254. (paper)
  • Govind, M., & Küttim, M. (2017). International knowledge transfer from university to industry: A systematic literature review. Research in Economics and Business: Central and Eastern Europe, 8(2), 5-25. (paper)
  • Wagner, C.S., & Leydesdorff, L. (2017). Envisioning vision: Journal clusters in ophthalmology. Insights in Ophthalmology, 1(1), 1. (paper)
  • Sweileh, W.M. (2017). Global research trends of World Health Organization's top eight emerging pathogens. Globalization and Health, 13(1), 9. (paper)
  • Sweileh, W.M. (2017). Bibliometric analysis of literature on toxic epidermal necrolysis and Stevens-Johnson syndrome: 1940–2015. Orphanet journal of rare diseases, 12(1), 14. (paper)
  • De Castro, V.F., & Frazzon, E.M. (2017). Benchmarking of best practices: An overview of the academic literature. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 24(3), 750-774. (paper)
  • D'Auria, A., Tregua, M., Spena, T.R., & Bifulco, F. (2017). Multiple context of innovation: Insights from literature. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 14(2), 1740007. (paper)
  • Gudanowska, A.E. (2017). A map of current research trends within technology management in the light of selected literature. Management and Production Engineering Review, 8(1), 78-88. (paper)
  • Olszewska, A.M. (2017). Research issues undertaken within quality management–overview of selected literature and a knowledge map. Procedia Engineering, 182, 518-523. (paper)
  • Szpilko, D. (2017). Tourism supply chain–overview of selected literature. Procedia Engineering, 182, 687-693. (paper)
  • Velmurugan, C., & Radhakrishnan, N. (2017). Mapping of social media research in India: A scientometric profile. Scientific Achievements, 2(4), 19-24. (paper)
  • Hu, Z., Guo, F., & Hou, H. (2017). Mapping research spotlights for different regions in China. Scientometrics, 110(2), 779–790. (paper)
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