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Density visualization map of 138 most frequently encountered terms is shown in Fig. 2. The map has five clusters. Each and every cluster represents closely connected frequent terms. In cluster quantity a single, the following terms have been most frequent: E. coli (113 occurrences), diarrhea (The retrieved publications had been published inside a wide selection of medical associated journals. The best ten journals involved in publishing water-related illnesses are shown in Table two. The amount of diverse journals that published at least 10 articles on water related ailments was 36. Journal of Water and Wellness ranked 1st with 136 (6.00 ) articles followed by Environmental Wellness Perspectives journal with 87 (three.84) articles. American Journal of Epidemiology had the highest citations per short article (75.53) while Environmental Wellness Perspectives journal had the highest IF (eight.440). 4 from the top rated ten journals are issued from the United states of America (USA), two in the United kingdom (UK), two from Germany, a single from China and 1 from Russian Federation. The Russian and Chinese journals had lowest total citations and citations per write-up. USA ranked first in productivity having a total of 623 (27.48 ) articles (Table three). Germany (149; six.57 ) plus the UK (141, six.22 ) ranked second and third respectively. Half in the nations in the top ten list were European countries, two had been Asians, and two have been in northern America. Publications from the USA had the highest hindex (69) and the highest number of citations per report (30.04). Nations in the leading ten list together with the least international collaboration in the field of water relatedSweileh et al. Annals of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2016) 28:Page 4 ofFig. 1 a: Growth of publications on water connected diseases presented as 5-year interval. The figure does not include the year 1980. b: Growth of publication on water-related illnesses presented as worldwide versus the Unites States of America versus productivity from Asian/ African countriesSweileh et al. Annals of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2016) 28:Web page five ofFig. 2 Density visualization map for regularly encountered terms in title/abstract of water associated ailments publications (1980015)diseases were Germany (15.44 ), India (16.00 ) and China (20.66 ). Having said that, Australia (70.77 ) as well as the UK (46.81 ) had the highest percentage of published articles with international collaboration.Ions was recorded in 2015 with 217 publications. Fig. 1a b show the worldwide productivity applying distinctive time scales. The number of publications was low and steady from 1980 up to 2005 followed by a stepwise raise up to 2015 (Fig. 1a). Within the final decade, there were two spikes in the quantity of publications, one in 2006 as well as the other one was in 2010 (Fig. 1b). The majority of retrieved publications was original analysis (1936; 85.40 ). Of your total publications retrieved, 1776 (78.34 ) had been written in English plus the remaining articles were written in 28 distinctive languages, mostly German (146; six.44 ). Making use of VOSviewer application, the most frequent terms encountered in title/abstract from the retrieved publications had been analyzed. Terms encountered a minimum of a minimum of ten instances and pertaining to health associated circumstances, contaminants, microbiology associated terms, and countries / institutions have been presented.
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