[Statistical analysis of articles, citations and authors in Chinese Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery from 2002 to 2004]

Xiao-bin Zhou, Hong-song Teng
Zhonghua Wei Chang Wai Ke za Zhi, Chinese Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery 2005, 8 (6): 531-4

OBJECTIVE: To study the characteristics of of articles, citations and authors in Chinese Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery(CJGS).

METHODS: The data of articles,citations and authors of CJCS from 2002 to 2004 were collected and analyzed in terms of bibliometric parameters.

RESULTS: There were 546 papers in CJCS during the past 3 years and project-funded papers accounted for 14.3%. The average number of articles per issue was 34; the average number of article per page was 0.44; the average publishing cycle of the articles was 7.52 months. The authors came from 28 provinces and Hong Kong SAR; the coauthor rate was 88.88%; the cooperation rate was 4.18. The papers with citation accounted for 92% and 93.78% of the citations were from journals. The Prices indicator was 60.1%.

CONCLUSION: Chinese Journal Gastrointestinal Surgery is a high quality academic journal with strong influence, and promotes the development and construction of gastrointestinal surgery in China.

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