A survey on collaboration rate and co-authorship in published articles of Applied Entomology and Phytopathology during 2001 to 2015
PurposeThe aim of this study was to investigate the extent of collaboration between the authors of the articles published in the Journal of Pests and Plant diseases from 2001 to 2015.
MethodologyThis research is an applied research methodology that is carried out using library methods and co-authorship analysis. The statistical population consists of 354 articles published in the years 2001 to 2015.
ResultsThe results of the research show that out of a total of 354 articles, 94% are in Persian and 6% in English, and 82.6% of the authors are male and 17.4% are female. Among the contributing countries in the publication of articles, 96% of authors were from Iran and 4% from other countries, with Germany, Russia, France and Finland, with the largest number of authors. Among the institutes and scientific centers, the Plant Protection Research Institute with 301 articles (27.3%), and Tarbiat Modares University with 135 and Islamic Azad University with 111 articles has the largest participation in the production of articles.
ConclusionMost writers tend to perform group work and produce scientific or collaborative scientific works, in which 89% of the articles were written as co-authorship. The highest frequency of co-authorship articles is 95 titles (26.8%) to articles with two authors. In this study, the co-authorship coefficient of the authors was calculated and the mean of that was 588%, which indicates the high degree of co-operation between the authors of the authors.
Journal of Agricultural Information Science and Technology, Volume:1 Issue:2, 2019
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