Volume 18, No. 6, 2021

“Postgraduate Medical Journal Using Author Productivity And Lotka’s Law” : Info-Metrics Study



What direction does the current rush of activity in medical education appear to be heading, and what kind of future is anticipated? This paper examines pathogenic research trends. There are four themes in all, with two trends for each topic. It covers the curriculum of medical (PG), education, technology, and learning, skills, and abilities to perform the tasks in the field. It highlights the current trends in the area. The goal of this study is to see if the productivity patterns of authors in Pathogenic research publication follow "Lotka's inverse square law" of scientific productivity. This law is being put to the test in a variety of sectors, with varying results. The current study used the above-mentioned law to explore the relevancy of open access journals related to the Pathogenic research from 2001 to 2020. The study also concludes with a result, so that opens avenues for future research on the productivity of authors who have published their thoughts, ideas, and research in open-access journals that are related to LIS.

Pages: 3132-3246

Keywords: Publishing studies and papers in the journals; and presenting papers in conferences are trending in the education and industry as well. Researchers and practitioners are following this trend and the result of the same has brought out lots of publication

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