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Published on 26.08.19 in Vol 21, No 8 (2019): August

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  1. Chen X, Xie H. A Structural Topic Modeling-Based Bibliometric Study of Sentiment Analysis Literature. Cognitive Computation 2020;
  2. Dadkhah M, Lagzian M, Rahimnia F, Kimiafar K. What Do Websites Say about Internet of Things Challenges? A Text Mining Approach. Science & Technology Libraries 2020;39(2):125
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  4. Dalanon J, Matsuka Y. Forecasting Interest in Health Professions Education Based on Relative Search Volume Trends From the Philippines. Health Professions Education 2020;6(3):368
  5. Wang J, Deng H, Liu B, Hu A, Liang J, Fan L, Zheng X, Wang T, Lei J. Systematic Evaluation of Research Progress on Natural Language Processing in Medicine Over the Past 20 Years: Bibliometric Study on PubMed. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(1):e16816