A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS ABOUT THE SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION IN HIGHER INSTITUTIONS
This work provides a general visualization of scientific production in higher institutions using bibliometric analysis. Firstly, detailed information on research articles on this topic was obtained from the Scopus database. Secondly, the data were analyzed using Excel to delete duplicates and extraction errors through the direct comparison and analysis of graphs related to the scientific production field's growth. Then, the bibliometric analysis was executed using the R-Studio tool. The results exposed those 2,281 documents published in 1,422 sources (journals, books, and others) elaborated by 7,561 authors with an annual growth rate of 9.80%, where the USA is the most important country for his times cited. Finally, a collaborative network of the countries and authors is provided according to the data analyzed from the documents related to scientific production in higher institutions to observe the most representative studies about this important field of the social and educational sciences.