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The present study focuses on the bibliometric analysis of the renowned journal Information Systems Research in the Library and Information Science field. The study reveals that most number of articles (75) in the journal was published in Volume 23 i.e. year 2012. Multiple authorship has got the priority in this journal over single authorship. Degree of collaboration among the authors is 0.92. USA being the most productive country regarding the contributors and University of Maryland holds the maximum number of contributions as per the authors’ affiliations. Regarding citation, time has an inverse relationship with the growth of citation. Information system is the subject on which the maximum number of contributions (i.e. 123) has been made in this journal. Articles are the predominant document type in this journal.