Trends in Publishing Muography Related Research: The Situation at the End of 2020
Cosmic-ray muography is a novel method for density characterization of gaseous, solid, and liquid materials in various dimensions and with numerous distinct technologies. The number of applications of muography is on a constant rise, as is also the number of authors, affiliations, journals, publishers, funding agencies, and countries that can be related to muography literature. We have applied the Web of Science global citation database to collect statistics of muography-related publications to draw a snapshot of where muography was at the end of 2020, how it got there, and where the current trends may get it in the future.
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