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R Publication Statistics: Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Learn how the Rbibliometrix package can be used to explore the scholarly publishing landscape and make informed decisions to maximize the visibility and influence of your work.

Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

The Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) provides leading edge multidisciplinary care to people with disorders of the digestive system, liver, pancreas and the biliary tree.

We combine the most advanced subspecialty expertise with cutting edge technology and an emphasis on access and quality.

  • We offer state-of-the-art services, provided by nationally known physicians with the highest levels of training and the most experience in the region.
  • We offer the most gastroenterologists in the region with additional fellowship training in advanced therapeutic endoscopy, liver transplantation, and motility disorders.
  • As an academic center, we are involved with basic and clinical research in digestive and liver disease to explore more effective treatments and allow our patients access to national clinical trials.

Full Bibliometrix Data Report (XLSX)

Gastroentereology and Hepatology Data Visualizations (1988-Aug 2023)

Overview of Main Information

Below is key data from the bibliometric analysis of the Gastroentereology and Hepatology department.

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Annual Scientific Production

Note: Articles = No. of Articles

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Journals Most Published In (Top 25)

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Journal Impact by # of Citations (Top 25)

The impact measure includes total citations (TC).

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Source Production Over Time

This is a data visualization of the productivity in different sources over time.

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Word Cloud (Trigrams)

A word cloud of the most frequently used 50 words based on article title.

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Word Frequency Over Time (Trigram)

This displays the the frequency of certain terms over time based on article title.

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Completeness of Bibliographic Metadata

Collaboration Network by Author (Last name, First and Middle Initial)