[R] Bibliometix Package Question
drj|m|emon @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Thu Jul 1 11:17:09 CEST 2021
I can see why you may be confused about the input file to create the
dataframe for bibliometrix. Looking at the 'convert2db' function, it
seems to shuffle the various formats to a common order used by other
functions. The help page describes that order. I would look at the
sample file 'scientometrics' as it seems to be a plain text file. If
you set up your CSV file in that format, it should be read by the
convert2df function with the default 'plaintext' format argument.
On Thu, Jul 1, 2021 at 6:06 PM Perryman, Adrianna
<Adrianna.Perryman using uhnresearch.ca> wrote:
> My name is Adrianna, I am a student researcher at the University Health Network in Toronto. I am working on a bibliometric analysis and would like to use R. My search involves five databases: MEDLINE (Ovid), AJOL, EMBASE, African Medicus Index and Web of Science. We expect to gather thousands of results based on our search and we have to undergo a cleaning processes to remove duplicates and exclude any articles that do not fit our inclusion criteria. Given the codes for running the bibliometric analysis I am inquiring whether it is possible to upload a csv or excel file after cleaning the data to then run the analysis?
> If you have any other tips, please let me know the help is greatly appreciated.
> I look forward to hearing back from you.
> Thank you again!
> Adrianna Perryman
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