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Publication Patterns' Changes due to the COVID-19 Pandemic: A longitudinal and short-term scientometric analysis [article]

Shir Aviv-Reuven, Ariel Rosenfeld
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We study these possible changes using two approaches: a short-term analysis through which changes during the first six months of the outbreak are examined for both COVID-19 related papers and non-COVID  ...  -19 related papers; and a longitudinal approach through which changes are examined in comparison to the previous four years.  ...  In these works, two standard techniques are often used: short-term technique in which publication pattern changes are analysed during a pandemic and a longitudinal technique in which the publication pattern  ... 
arXiv:2010.02594v2 fatcat:73ecmxz3nnhyvitfu2soo7oe4i

A Bibliometric Network Analysis of Coronavirus during the First Eight Months of COVID-19 in 2020

Leonardo B. Furstenau, Bruna Rabaioli, Michele Kremer Sott, Danielli Cossul, Mariluza Sott Bender, Eduardo Moreno Júdice De Mattos Farina, Fabiano Novaes Barcellos Filho, Priscilla Paola Severo, Michael S. Dohan, Nicola Luigi Bragazzi
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of society. Researchers worldwide have been working to provide new solutions to and better understanding of this coronavirus.  ...  In this research, our goal was to perform a Bibliometric Network Analysis (BNA) to investigate the strategic themes, thematic evolution structure and trends of coronavirus during the first eight months  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18030952 pmid:33499127 fatcat:dsrntbvolvgednctkjo7b27vgy

On the Role of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging of COVID-19

Jannis Born, David Beymer, Deepta Rajan, Adam Coy, Vandana V Mukherjee, Matteo Manica, Prasanth Prasanna, Deddeh Ballah, Michal Guindy, Dorith Shaham, Pallav L Shah, Emmanouil Karteris (+3 others)
2021 Patterns  
By keyword searches on PubMed and preprint servers throughout 2020, we identified 463 manuscripts and performed a systematic meta-analysis to assess their technical merit and clinical relevance.  ...  We conducted the largest systematic review of the literature addressing the utility of AI in imaging for COVID-19 patient care.  ...  Venn diagrams for AI in MI MI received growing attention in 2020, at least partially due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.patter.2021.100269 pmid:33969323 pmcid:PMC8086827 fatcat:p4xslz325ja55pmznupkcg7h5u

Why IEEE Xplore Matters for Research Trend Analysis in the Energy Sector

B. Chigarev
2021 Energy Systems Research  
Therefore, a more detailed analysis that involved comparing various types of key terms was made only for IEEE Xplore and Scopus platforms.  ...  The paper aims to briefly compare and analyze the results of queries to IEEE Xplore and the leading abstract databases Scopus and Web of Science to identify research trends.  ...  A long short-term memory neural databases, as well as the errors and issues that arise in them. network (LSTM) is used for the analysis.  ... 
doi:10.38028/esr.2021.03.0005 fatcat:3wn7kzn4gjdgfplfooq343bhwy

On the Role of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging of COVID-19 [article]

Jannis Born, David Beymer, Deepta Rajan, Adam Coy, Vandana V Mukherjee, Matteo Manica, Prasanth Prasanna, Deddeh Ballah, Pallav L Shah, Emmanouil Karteris, Jan Lukas Robertus, Maria Gabrani (+1 others)
2020 medRxiv   pre-print
During the COVID-19 pandemic, lung imaging takes a key role in addressing the magnified need of speed, cost, ubiquity and precision in medical care.  ...  We perform a systematic, manual survey of 197 related publications that reveals a disparity in the focus of the AI and clinical communities, caused by data availability and the lack of collaboration, and  ...  Medical imaging received growing attention in 2020, at least partially due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.09.02.20187096 fatcat:3u5h2acv3rds3hyq7uxe6f6i2y

MEDLINE search retrieval issues: A longitudinal query analysis of five vendor platforms

C Sean Burns, Tyler Nix, Robert M Shapiro, Jeffrey T Huber
2021 PLoS ONE  
This study compared the results of data collected from a longitudinal query analysis of the MEDLINE database hosted on multiple platforms that include PubMed, EBSCOHost, Ovid, ProQuest, and Web of Science  ...  Reasons for variations were due to trends in scholarly publication such as publishing individual papers online first versus complete issues.  ...  To test this, we ran a COVID-19 search based on a query provided by the NLM in January 2020 and found that there were uneven search result hits for new literature on the COVID-19 pandemic across platforms  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0234221 pmid:33956834 pmcid:PMC8101950 fatcat:hbrbzojrhfdurgsmr5cq4karkm

The Interaction of Vitamin D and Corticosteroids: A Mortality Analysis of 26,508 Veterans Who Tested Positive for SARS-CoV-2

Jimmy T. Efird, Ethan J. Anderson, Charulata Jindal, Thomas S. Redding, Andrew D. Thompson, Ashlyn M. Press, Julie Upchurch, Christina D. Williams, Yuk Ming Choi, Ayako Suzuki
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Evaluating the effect of modification of these compounds in the context of hospitalization may aid in the management of COVID-19 and provide a better understanding of the pathophysiological mechanisms  ...  We aimed to assess the interaction of post-index vitamin D (Vit D) and corticosteroid (CRT) use on 30-day mortality among hospitalized and non-hospitalized patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID  ...  Calcifediol Treatment and Hospital Mortality Due to COVID-19: A Cohort Study. Nutrients 2021, 13, 1760. [CrossRef] 93.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19010447 fatcat:k5axi4m6avh6lb6cdl5e5snl7y

The Research Trend of Big Data in Education and the Impact of Teacher Psychology on Educational Development During COVID-19: A Systematic Review and Future Perspective

Jia Li, Yuhong Jiang
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
To this end, CiteSpace 5.7 and VOSviewer were applied to examine a longitudinal study of the literature from Web of Science Core Collection with the objective of uncovering the explicit patterns and knowledge  ...  The COVID-19 outbreak, along with post-pandemic impact has prompted Internet Plus education to re-examine numerous facets of technology-oriented academic research, particularly Educational Big Data (EBD  ...  According to the manual of VOSviewer, lines between different contributors unveil the collaboration links, and several colors in the map represent the distinct clusters in the domain of educational big  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.753388 pmid:34777150 pmcid:PMC8578735 fatcat:hi27fmmefneblbfhdzsjjglnlu

Exploring the food value chain using open innovation: a bibliometric review of the literature

Avni Misra, Anne-Laure Mention
2021 British Food Journal  
First, a bibliometric analysis was conducted using a bibliographic coupling and co-citation analysis approach to understand the common themes and key clusters of food OI research.  ...  Second, a content analysis was undertaken to examine the titles and abstracts of the documents to explore the intersection of OI and the food value chain.FindingsThis study provides an integrated framework  ...  On the other, a sudden decrease in demand due to closures and lockdowns during COVID-19 saw farmers having to dump milk and destroy harvests that could not be delivered due to disrupted supply  ... 
doi:10.1108/bfj-04-2021-0353 fatcat:cjxqcu6surcsxc2b3qblqfsaby

Benefits, Motivations, and Challenges of International Collaborative Research: A Sociology of Science Case Study

Jennifer Dusdal, Justin J W Powell
2021 Science and Public Policy  
Rarely studied in-depth and longitudinally, the perspectives of scientific team members are crucial to better understand the dynamics of durable collaboration networks.  ...  Thus, this retrospective case study of a sociology of science project applies the novel method of autoethnography to examine teamwork benefits, motivations, and challenges.  ...  Baker and our other SPHERE team members who contributed to our international research collaboration and to this case study.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scipol/scab010 fatcat:k24vee2h6fd7vnmh7ntcdahso4

TBHEB 2021-2 Vol 78 Full Printed Journal

2021 Turkish Bulletin of Hygiene and Experimental Biology  
Coffee drinking and cancer of the panceras (Editorial). Br Med J, 1981; 283:628. -Dergi eki için örnek: Frumin AM, Nussbaum J, Esposito M.  ...  Daha detaylı bilgi için "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts submitted to Biomedical Journals" (J Am Med Assoc 1997; 277: 927-934) ( bakılmalıdır.  ...  The Turkish Bulletin of Hygiene and Experimental Biology (Turk Hij Den Biyol Derg) is taken part in Index ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.5505/turkhijyen.2021.58672 fatcat:q2sjucldxfaclmsopmcxaw5fku

Measuring logical competences and soft skills when enrolling in a university degree course [chapter]

Bruno Bertaccini, Riccardo Bruni, Federico Crescenzi, Beatrice Donati
2021 Proceedings e report  
Students then underwent a short training course, using formal logic techniques in order to strengthen their abilities, and afterwards took an "exit" examination, replicating the structure and the questions  ...  to measure and detect the possession of abilities underlying the above-mentioned soft skills.  ...  This characteristic and the students' overall difficulties in self-organizing their study time during the health emergency due to the COVID pandemic have led to fewer "exit" exams (67).  ... 
doi:10.36253/978-88-5518-304-8.09 fatcat:hkelxas3aneppm45xtrmc7zw3y

Framework Conceptual Model D1.1

Michael Strähle, Christine Urban, Marinos Anastasakis, Katerina Kikis-Papadakis, Miriam Calvera Isabal, Patricia Santos, Emilia Lampi, Joni Lämsä, Raija Hämäläinen, Julia Lorke, Reuma De-Groot, Yaela Golumbic (+4 others)
2021 Zenodo  
Furthermore, it includes a short overview of the conceptual models for computer analytics that will be presented with all required detail in D1.2.  ...  An introductory chapter puts citizen science into a historical context by critically analysing the claims some citizen science advocates make when referring to the origins of citizen science.  ...  Additionally, during the last years and especially the last course because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to provide online support for education has become a priority, which has led to an advance  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5589618 fatcat:ax3b3zg3a5bnhghmfuixwfpkai

The Impact of Radiation pollution of Environment on students' physical Development and health

Grygoriy P. Griban, Natalia A. Lyakhova, Tatiana Ye. Fedorchenko, Kostiantyn M. Kukushkin, Svitlana V. Konovets, Larysa M. Pustoliakova, Alla V. Khatko
2021 Acta Balneologica  
Conclusions: It was established that long-term residence in the area with low doses of radioactive contamination has a negative impact on the physical development and health of the students.  ...  Aim: To study the impact of small doses of radiation pollution of environment on the physical development and health of students from different areas of residence. materials and methods: The study was  ...  Other long-term effects of coronavirus course of the disease of COVID-19.  ... 
doi:10.36740/abal202103116 fatcat:swcwptn22zbd5bcwmfoywge66i

Cities in interaction

Antoine Peris
To fully understand the evolution of cities, a relational approach is needed, which investigates cities in relation to other cities and urban regions.  ...  This method aims at identifying patterns of relations between cities in a systematic way by looking at the co-mentions of cities in text documents (here in web pages).  ...  The authors would like to thank the staff of the research department of the KB for their support and welcome.  ... 
doi:10.7480/abe.2021.07.5793 fatcat:w4t4wcqntvdhfamhktkhcqzp4e
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