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9-1-2017

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Abstract

Paper analyses research output of the journal IJIDT using bibliometric approach for five years from 2011 to 2015. The journal publishes 259 research papers during the study period and published papers were examined and analyzed for distribution of articles, authorship pattern, degree of collaboration, and geographical distribution of articles etc. Conclusions have been drawn from the analysis and found that two authorship patterns is prevalent with 0.63 Degree of Collaboration, India as top most contributor of the articles for the journal and amongst foreign countries Saudi Arabia is the highest contributor. Karnataka is the highest contributor amongst Indian States and Union Territories. Journal Articles were found most prevalent source of information for writing research papers and used as citation. Calculated half-life of the journal citations found to be 8 years.

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