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 ChatGPT April 2023 1

Bibliometric analysis is a powerful technique for understanding the impact and influence of scholarly publications. However, it can be a complex and time-consuming process, requiring significant expertise in data analysis. In this 2-hour webinar, you will learn how to use ChatGPT, a state-of-the-art language model developed by OpenAI, to simplify and streamline the bibliometric analysis process. By the end of the webinar, you will have a solid understanding of how to use ChatGPT to simplify complex bibliometric analysis tasks and extract valuable insights from bibliographic data. Whether you are a researcher, academic, librarian, or anyone interested in bibliometrics, this webinar is for you. No prior knowledge of ChatGPT or bibliometric analysis is required.


Workshop Details

Date Sunday, 2 April 2023
Time 10:00 am - 12:00 pm (Kuala Lumpur Time)
Venue Online (Zoom)
Commitment Fee RM20/ USD5
Facilitator Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr. Aidi Ahmi


About Facilitator

Ts. Dr. Aidi Ahmi is an associate professor at the Tunku Puteri Intan Safinaz School of Accountancy, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM). He obtained his PhD. in Information Systems and Computing from Brunel University London, United Kingdom. He is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA). He has been recognised as Professional Technologist (Ts.) by the Malaysia Board of Technologies (MBOT). He is also a lifetime member of the Malaysian Accounting Association (MyAA) and Internet Society (ISOC) Malaysia. Now he is actively sharing his knowledge of bibliometric analysis through workshops and training organised by higher learning institutions, associations, and training institutions. He has published two books on bibliometrics, entitled “Bibliometric Analysis for Beginners” and “Bibliometric Analysis using R for Non-Coders”. He has also actively published several articles on bibliometric studies in high-impact journals. To date, he has authored over 100 journal article publications and successfully supervised eight PhD graduates in the fields of accounting, information systems, auditing, and information and communication technology. He is also active in consulting projects. Currently, he is involved with the Citation & Infometric Division, Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, for the Bibliometric Project on the Performance of Malaysian Scholarly Outputs 2017-2021. For more information about the facilitator, please visit his website at


Workshop Coverage

  1. How to use ChatGPT to extract meaningful insights from bibliographic data, including author co-citation analysis, topic modeling, and citation network analysis?
  2. How to visualize and interpret bibliometric data using various tools and techniques?
  3. We will also cover several real-world examples of bibliometric analysis using ChatGPT, including analyzing publication trends, identifying key contributors and institutions, and measuring the impact of research. 


Workshop Benefits

✓ E-certificate
✓ Video Recording of the Workshop (private link)


Who Should Attend?

✓ Postgraduate Student
✓ Researcher
✓ Librarian
✓ Publisher
✓ Anyone who interested to learn about bibliometric analysis



Payment can be made via bank transfer to:

Account Number 552 095 223 741

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