Information Spectrum over Twelve Public Teaching Universities in Indonesia
This paper gives an information spectrum of public teaching universities in Indonesia as viewed from their publication during 2000-2019. The data were collected through the Scopus database and then analysed based on the number of documents, language, author affiliation, document type, source type, source title, top authors, top citations, co-authorship, and international collaboration. The results indicated that the number of publications until 2019 was 11,993 documents. In the period 2016-2019, publication stretches have begun to appear, and there has been a significant increase in the number of conference proceedings as the primary source of publication. The publication’s subject area was dominated by physics and astronomy, engineering, and social sciences, with English being the primary language of communication. Authors from Universitas Negeri Malang (UM), Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), and Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (UNY) dominated the output of public teaching universities in Indonesia. Top citations from documents produced were dominated by UNNES, which collaborates a lot through World Class Professor (WCP). Co-citation, co-authorship, and co-occurrences network visualisation were also illustrated to complete the information of top authors and top citations in this study. The most collaborated authors of public-teaching universities were Malaysia, the USA, Australia, Japan, and Taiwan. Some future considerations were also illustrated as the recommendation of this study to increase the performance of publications among public teaching universities.
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