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Changing U.S. Output of Scientific Articles: 1988-2003

List of Tables

 

Output Trends in Major S&E Publishing Centers

Table 1 Average annual growth in federal research funding and S&E article output (fractional counts), by field: 1986–2003
Table 2 Indicators of international collaboration for major S&E publishing centers: selected years, 1992–2003

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Trends in Influential Articles and Journals

Table 3 World share of highly cited S&E articles (fractional counts), by major S&E publishing center and percentile: 1992, 1997, and 2003
Table 4 Highly influential U.S. S&E articles (fractional counts), by field: selected years: 1996–2003
Table 5 Highly influential S&E articles (fractional counts) of major S&E publishing centers: selected years: 1996–2003

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The U.S. Academic Sector

Table 6 Average annual growth in U.S. academic S&E article output, by field: 1988–92 and 1992–2003
Table 7 Average annual growth in U.S. S&E article output (fractional counts), by sector: 1988–2003, 1988–92, and 1992–2003
Table 8 Carnegie institution type and administrative control of top 200 U.S. research universities
Table 9 Average annual growth in S&E article output (fractional counts) of top 200 U.S. research universities, by administrative control of institution and Carnegie institution type: 1988–2001, 1988–92, and 1992–2001
Table 10 Average annual growth in S&E article output (fractional counts) at departments of top 200 U.S. research universities, by field and National Research Council scholarly quality departmental rating: 1988–2001
 
Changing U.S. Output of Scientific Articles: 1988-2003
Special Report | NSF 07-320 | July 2007