- •The number of publications by researchers affiliated with neurosurgical centers in Southeast Asia showed an increasing trend up to 2019.
- •A country’s percentage of the GDP allocated to research and development was positively correlated with the number of publications, total citations, h-index, and i(10)-index.
- •A country’s number of collaborations with non-SEA researchers also positively correlated with the same indices.
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