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Indian ASTRO output is, relative to its magnitude, more dispersed than it is in Brazil and China. To understand the reason for the growing impact of Indian papers we look at the annual distribution of Indian ASTRO papers in the four PIC categories for domestic and internationally co-authored papers (Figure 7). In general, there is a higher proportion of papers in PIC3 and PIC4 journals for internationally co-authored papers. In the domestic papers there has been a decline in the proportion of papers with lowest impact (PIC1 journals).
In the present study, the original idea was to map the visibility of the three fields according to the type of journal: the 20 journals with the largest number of articles (LNA) and the 20 journals with the highest impact factor (HIF). But, as can be seen from Table III, there is a large overlap on the 20 titles of journals that were in both sets, LNA and HIF, in the three fields. Among the three fields, the lowest overlap of journals occurred in immunology: there are only eight journal titles common to the lists of LNA and HIF journals; the other 12 titles are in either the LNA journal list or the HIF journal list.
P. V. Srianand, R. A. Table VI. Leading Indian ASTRO researchers, 1994-2003 Paul, B. R. The case study of India showed two phases of growth in ASTRO papers and an increased share of internationally co-authored papers with higher potential impact. The average potential impact, which was below world average in the 1990s, equalled it in 2002-2003. Together with increased international collaboration, which produces papers in higher impact journals, this could also be due to a change in thematic content because there were more papers in cosmology and on black holes.
Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives - Vol. 57 No. 3. The work of the Bibliometrics Research Group (City University) and associates by Grant Lewison (editor)