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Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences

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Scientometric analysis of the Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Getinet Alemaw

Abstract


A Scientometric analysis of the Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences from volume 1 to 24 covering 279 papers is reported. The journal was covering all areas of agriculture with most papers having single, two or three authors and; in a rare cases up to nine and twelve authors. The number of papers in agronomy, field crop breeding and crop protection was large and very few in agricultural education, botany and taxonomy. The number of papers per volume varies from 16 to 7 with an average of 11 papers and a total number of pages per volume varying from 189 to84 with an average of 129 pages per volume. Similarly the average number of pages per paper citations per paper was 11.8 and 10.9 respectively. The highest authorship productivity was nine.



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