Identifying Emerging Trends in Scientific Texts Using TF-IDF Algorithm: A Case Study of Medical Librarianship and Information Articles
Identifying Emerging Trends in Scientific Texts Using Text Mining Techniques
Context: Nowadays, due to the increased publication of articles in various scientific fields, identifying the publishing trend and emerging keywords in the texts of these articles is essential. Thus, the present study has identified and analyzed the keywords used in published articles on medical librarianship and information.
Materials and Methods: In the present investigation, an exploratory and descriptive approach has been used to analyze librarianship and information articles published in specialized journals in this field from 1964 to 2019 by applying text mining techniques. The TF-IDF weighting algorithm has been applied to identify the most important keywords used in the articles. Python programming language has also been used to implement text mining algorithms.
Results: The results obtained from the TF-IDF algorithm indicate that the words “library”, “patient”, and “inform” with the weights of 95.087, 65.796, and 63.386, respectively, were the most important keywords in the published articles on medical librarianship and information. Also, the words “Catalog”, “Book” and “Journal” were the most important keywords used in the articles published between the years 1960 and 1970, and the words “Patient”, “Bookstore” and “Intervent” were the most important keyword used in articles on medical librarianship and information published from 2015 to 2020. The words “Blockchain”, “telerehabilit”, “Instagram”, “WeChat”, and “comic” are new keywords observed in articles on medical librarianship and information between 2015 and 2020.
Conclusion: The results of the present study have revealed that the keywords used in articles on medical librarianship and information have not been consistent over time and have undergone an alteration at different periods so that nowadays, this field of science has also changed following the needs of society with the advent and growth of information technologies.
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