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Analyse rétrospective sur 50 ans de publications aux Journées de la Recherche Porcine

Abstract : Jointly organized by lfip and INRA, the "Journées de la Recherche Porcine" (JRP) began in 1969. lts objective is to provide a platform for rapid and rigorous dissemination of results of ongoing research to actors in the pig production chain. This annual conference allows those involved in public and private research from France, Europe and the rest of the world to present results on topics related to economies, animal health, breeding, animal welfare, nutrition, environment, housing, reproduction, genetics, meat quality, etc. We present here a bibliographie analysis based on titles and authors of publications presented in JRP from 1969-2017. The objective is to provide a comprehensive overview of the evolution of topics in pig research, and of those who researched them, over the past 50 years. A database ("corpus") of the publications was created, containing data on each one's year, title, session, and authors. The affiliation of some of the authors was also available. The study illustrates changes in the numbers of publications, their sessions, their "types" and the number of authors. Tools for textual analysis and network visualization used data from the title and authors fields to identify thematic groups automatically. From 1969-2017, the JRP compiled 2 689 publications (an average of 55 per year), as follows: 1 902 standard communications (associated with a lü-minute oral presentation), 279 reviews (associated with a 20-minute oral presentation) and 508 posters (introducep in 2007). A co-publication network based on the authors field reveals a network of links between authors' affiliations in connection with their main research themes. Thematic maps of words in the title highlight changes in topics that have guided pig research over the past 50 years. The diversity of topics, in tune with the expectations of the pig production chain, as weil as the scientific rigor in which the topics are addressed, have made the JRP into a well-known conference, considered as a mode! in France and Europe. ln the future, the JRP will move forward in line with the preceding editions, while ensuring that it remains a witness of expectations and questions of the pig production chain and also provides a rigorous scientific perspective on changes to come.
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Ludovic Brossard, Jean-yves Dourmad, Emilie Bernard. Analyse rétrospective sur 50 ans de publications aux Journées de la Recherche Porcine. 50. Journées de la Recherche Porcine, Feb 2018, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02736979⟩



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