Analisis sitasi publikasi tentang repositori bidang studi perpustakaan pada Web of Science selama pandemi

Akhmad Kusuma Wardhana*  -  Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Ririn Tri Ratnasari  -  Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

(*) Corresponding Author

Introduction. Library repositories are indispensable for academics during a pandemic. This study aims to analyze citation trends during a pandemic.

Methodology. This study uses bibliometric methods to analyze metadata of publications on the Web of Science page. The samples collected were around 481 in the range of 2020-2022. Data were analyzed using Biblioshiny in R Studio.

Results and discussion. The results found that the most citation trends were in journals with a medical scope. The journals with the most manuscripts are journals with a library scope. Meanwhile, the keywords with the most citations relate to the research methodology. Meanwhile, the number of citations during the pandemic is actually high, and even in journals with a medical scope, it can reach thousands every year.

Conclusion. The citations related to repository publications in libraries are not only focused on journals with a library scope, but also focused on journals with non-libraries.


Keywords: Citation; Library; Medic; Pandemic; Repository; Web of science

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