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LIS Research Hotspots and Development Trends in Recent Years—Analysis Based on Altmetrics Indicators

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1107311, PP. 1-15

Subject Areas: Information Science, Library, Intelligence and Philology

Keywords: Altmetrics, Library Science, Information Science, Research Hot Spots

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This paper identifies the hot areas of LIS research and discovers the development trend of library intelligence by establishing a comprehensive influence system in the field of LIS and finally, the scientific knowledge mapping software was used to analyze the literature on library science and information science in the SSCI database. Finally, the research hotspots in the field of graphic information were identified, and the development trend of library and information science was found to provide a reference for the research and development of the discipline.

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Xia, X. and Li, X. (2021). LIS Research Hotspots and Development Trends in Recent Years—Analysis Based on Altmetrics Indicators. Open Access Library Journal, 8, e7311. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1107311.

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