Should we update time periods in a Bibliometric analysis even after completing it, if it's found to be generating biased results due to recent study?
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Suppose a bibliometric analysis was conducted to uncover new research discoveries, but it was later discovered that similar research had already been carried out. In such a scenario, what would be the appropriate course of action to pursue?

  • Shall we update the time intervals?
  • Should we update and rewrite both the findings and the article?

Please help with this, thanks in advance.

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