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Scientometric review of Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research: A study of Scopus based evidence
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Purpose: The study conducted to assess the Archnet-IJAR journals based on scientometric analysis, a systematic approach to the comprehensive review of research trends and productivity.
Methodology: The scientometric tools used to examine the journal's scientific research performances during 2011-2020 collected data from the Scopus database and analyzed in Vosviewer and Biblioshiny ((R language). Results: There are 424 research papers published from 2011 to 2020. A steady increase noted in the development of literature, out of 694 authors and 547 multi-authored documents found. Architecture, Architectural Education, and Design Studio found highly used author keywords. Qatar identified as the most impactful country with 24 papers and 14 citations. Originality: The systematic approach in reviewing this journal's research trend and productivity helps the researcher identify the trends, authors, and affiliation for research collaboration. The detailed analysis helps in the journal's self-assessment and also to pinpoint the needs in further development.