For most scientists, the h index is approximately half times the square root of the total number of citations H INDEX CITATIONS; 1: Ronald C Kessler: Harvard University: 300: 428559: 2: JoAnn E Manson: Brigham and Women's Hospital; Harvard Medical School: 294: 357391: 3: Graham Colditz: Washington University in Saint Louis: 293: 334939: 4: Robert Langer: Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT: 285: 334089: 5: Jeremy B C Jackson: American Museum of Natural History: 282: 507551: 6: Shizuo Akir To calculate it, only two pieces of information are required: the total number of papers published (Np) and the number of citations (Nc) for each paper. The h-index is defined by how many h of a researcher's publications (Np) have at least h citations each (see Figure 1) The indices that are most-frequently used are the H-index (an author has a h-index of 'h' when they have h papers that have been cited h times at least). The G-Index is where the top G articles have together received G citations. The M-Index is the H-index divided by the number of years that a scientist has been active The H-index is displayed in the Cited by box on the right hand of your profile page. Also displayed are the total number of citations that all of the articles in your profile have received, and the i10-index, which shows how many of your articles have received at least 10 citations. Using Google Scholar for the h-index
H Index The h index expresses the journal's number of articles (h) that have received at least h citations. It quantifies both journal scientific productivity and scientific impact and it is also applicable to scientists, countries, etc. (see H-index wikipedia definition) Total Documents Output of the selected period. All types of documents are considered, including citable and non citable documents Of the Oxford University top 50 cited Google Scholars the highest H-index was 146, lowest 28 and median was 64. Middlesex University's top 50 cited Google Scholar - the highest H-index was 28,.. Here, we explore multiple citation indicators that address total impact (number of citations, Hirsch H index [H]), co-authorship adjustment (Schreiber Hm index [Hm]), and author order (total citations to papers as single; single or first; or single, first, or last author). We demonstrate the correlation patterns between these indicators across 84,116 scientists (those among the top 30,000 for. The e-index is the (square root) of the surplus of citations in the h-set beyond h 2, i.e., beyond the theoretical minimum required to obtain a h-index of 'h'. The aim of the e-index is to differentiate between scientists with similar h-indices but different citation patterns their effect on h is much smaller than on the total citation count since only self-citations with a number of citations just >h are relevant (Hirsch, 2005). To overcome the limitations of the h-index different modiﬁcations have been suggested in the literature (Batista, Campiteli, Kinouchi, & Martinez, 2005, 2006; Bollen, Rodriguez, & van de Sompel, 2006; Egghe, 2006a, 2006b; Imperial & Rodr.
The h-index is indicated by a horizontal line going through the Year / Total Year columns. The number of items above this line, which is h have at least h citations. For example, an h-index of 20 means there are 20 items that have 20 citations or more A simple definition of the h-index The h-index was originally defined by J. E. Hirsch in a Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences article as the number of papers with citation number ≥ h... the total number of citations to those articles, an average number of citations per item, and the author's h-index. You may also view the list of citing articles, with or without the author's own articles included. Note that the number of citing articles may be less than the sum of times cited, since some citing articles may cite more than one paper by your author The h-index (also known as Hirsch index) was introduced by J. Hirsch in 2005 and can be defined as follows: A researcher has an h-index, if he/she has at least h publications for which he/she has received at least h citations
You need to pick up these tags from the Soup element and then use the method string to recover the text from within the tags: indexes = soup.find_all (td, gsc_rsb_std) h_index = indexes .string i10_index = indexes .string citations = indexes .string. share . To find an h-Index for an author using the Citation Report application: 1. Search for all papers by the author of interest. (You can review doing a comprehensive. Total citations, or average citation count per article, can be reported for an individual author or researcher. Many other measures have been proposed, beyond simple citation counts, to better quantify an individual scholar's citation impact. The best-known measures include the h-index and the g-index The h-index captures research output based on the total number of publications and the total number of citations to those works, providing a focused snapshot of an individual's research performance. Example: If a researcher has 15 papers, each of which has at least 15 citations, their h-index is 15 total citations and total papers in a two-year span, the h-index is simply a count of the largest number of papers (h ) from a journal or author that have at least (h ) num ber of citations. For example, Webology has an h-index of 21 based on Google Scholar which indicates that the journal has published 21 papers with at least 21 citations (s ee Table 1)
Select relevant author and click the author for the total citations information h-index informatio Google Scholar Citations lets you track citations to your publications over time The h-index of a publication is the largest number h such that at least h articles in that publication were cited at least h times each. For example, a publication with five articles cited by, respectively, 17, 9, 6, 3, and 2, has the h-index of 3. The h-core of a publication is a set of top cited h articles from the publication. These are the articles that the h-index is based on. For example. The h-index ignores the number of citations to each individual article beyond what is needed to achieve a certain h-index. Hence an academic with an h-index of 5 could theoretically have a total of 25 citations (5 for each paper), but could also have more than a 1000 citations (4 papers with 250 citations each and one paper with 5 citations)
h-index The h-index (or simply, 'h') is defined as the number of papers with citation number higher or equal to h. It is intended as a useful index to characterize the scientific output of a researcher. First proposed by Hirsch in physics/0508025, it is explained better there than here. Total number of citations minus RPP Google Scholar Citations Profile allows you to create a profile, search Google Scholar for articles you have published, and calculate your h-index based on the list of publications you create and vet The h-index can be calculated automatically in Web of Science and Scopus or manually in other databases that provide citation information (e.g. SciFinder, PsychINFO, Google Scholar). The index is based on a list of publications ranked in descending order by the number of citations these publications received. The value of h is equal to the number of papers (N) in the list that have N or more. H-index (or Hirsch index), is the most used author metric.It was created by the physician Jorge E. Hirsch in 2005 (California University). It is based on the number of publications and the number of citations.. Keep in mind: The h-index measures the production and impact of a researcher or group of researchers (all being evaluated equally, whatever their rank on the publication The h-index includes citations back to 1970, a To illustrate this content improvement, we have been tracking the number of total citations and measuring the difference of the h-index for a sample set of authors from various subject areas between June and December. Tags: Content. h-index . Author Profiles. Citations. Metrics. Read more about Scopus continues to add pre-1996 citations.
For example, if researching the topic of ageism on Web of Science, the h-index can be determined easily by following the steps described before and creating a citation report. For the search term Machine Learning the regular way does not work as the search yields more than 10,000 results. You can still calculate a h-index, but it requires some manual work. First change the Sorted by. Citation count: the total number of citations to an author's work; Average Citation Rate: the ratio of total citations to the number of original works authored; h-index: a measure (described elsewhere on this page) that mitigates the effects of highly cited or recent non-cited works; Citation analysis as a qualitative measurement should be used cautiously, for the following reasons: Citation. This report provides the author's h-index along with a graph, showing the number of times the author has been cited each year. There is a check box to exclude self citations for this author or for all authors. A chart also provides the total number of times the author has been cited by others and shows figures for each article by year Defining an 'expert' is remarkably different from someone who has a high H-index, # of citations, and other publication metrics, and more to do with things like invited lectures, publications in reports, books, guidance documents, and such which are may not be subjected to indexing. I whole heartedly agree that, for younger researchers, quantity is important, without forsaking quality. And.
The h-index was proposed by J.E. Hirsch in his paper An index to quantify an individual's scientific research output, arXiv:physics/0508025 v5 29 Sep 2005. It is defined as follows: A scientist has index h if h of his/her N p papers have at least h citations each, and the other (N p-h) papers have no more than h citations each Yes, h-index and total citations are highly correlated (in case you were wondering) Posted on November 7, 2018 by Tom Sanchez. Data from over 1,100 urban planning academics in the U.S. and Canada show a strong correlation between the h-index and total (career) citations. These vary by rank as shown in my early post analyzing citation levels for all planning faculty (click here to view). Share. The author's h-index will appear on the right hand side of the webpage, along with the number of documents included to calculate the h-index, as well as total citations. You can sort documents by newest, or most frequently cited The index is based on the set of the researcher's most cited papers and the number of citations that they have received in other people's publications A scientist has index h if h of [his/her] Np papers have at least h citations each, and the other (Np − h) papers have at most h citations each. Find your h-index at: Web of Scienc
Citations and h-index by web of science Total Citation is 5921 (web of science). The h-index is 24! (Every data here comes from web of science) Sorted by citation Paper Title Authors Journals Citations 1 An approach to fuzzy control of nonlinear systems: Stability and design issues Wang, HO; Tanaka, K; Griffin, MF IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON FUZZY SYSTEMS 1156 STABILITY ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF FUZZY. The ranking is based on h-index, citations and number of DBLP documents gathered by May 16th 2020. This ranking features all top computer scientists affiliated with United States. There is a total of 2321 scientists included with 604 of them also being features in the world ranking. The total sum for the H-index values for leading scientists in United States is 144610 with a mean value for the. Probably not. We compute two versions, All and Recent, of three metrics - h-index, i10-index and the total number of citations. While there's no shortage of other reasonable metrics, the incremental usefulness of adding each number generally goes down, while the user confusion generally goes up Input: citations = [3,0,6,1,5] Output: 3 Explanation: [3,0,6,1,5] means the researcher has 5 papers in total and each of them had received 3, 0, 6, 1, 5 citations respectively. Since the researcher has 3 papers with at least 3 citations each and the remaining two with no more than 3 citations each, her h-index is 3. Note: If there are several. Bioresources and Bioprocessing has an h-index of 15. It means 15 articles of this journal have more than 15 number of citations. The h-index is a way of measuring the productivity and citation impact of the publications. The h-index is defined as the maximum value of h such that the given journal/author has published h papers that have each.
Citations covered by the h-index Revisiting the concept of the h-index as expressed in the form of a graph, the most highly-cited articles are to the left and the less-cited articles are collected at the right of the frequency distribution. The h-index accounts for all the citations within the blue square. This set of publications (which could represent the output of a single author or of a. Note that for increasing h-index by 1, one has to obtain delta-H new citations on those particular papers which fail to have h+1 citations: all the first h+1 papers must reach at least h+1 citations. Usually, the (h+1)-th paper is the main culprit for the value of delta-H. Gaining a citation on a paper already having h+1 citations does not help in decreasing delta-H; viceversa, for increasing. Total citations- (Web of Science core collection, updated 2017/08/16): 373; H-index: 5. Journal Articles • Alberto Delaidelli, Asad Jan, Poul Sorensen et al. MYCN amplified neuroblastoma requires the eEF2K mRNA translation regulator to adapt to nutrient deprivation. Cell Death and Differentiation (2017)- In press. doi: 10.1038/cdd.2017.79. (Journal Impact Factor: 8.2). • Asad Jan, Michael.
Publications: total of 202 publications (174 international journals, 10 book chapters, 11 national journals, 7 patents); associated editor of 6 special issues (Electroanalysis (2006, 2012, 2016), Electrochim. Acta (2012), ChemElectroChem (2015), Current Opinion in Electrochemistry (2017)) Key bibliometric numbers: H index: 46 Total number of citations: >6500 Supervised students are underlined. This ranking is by total citations. For articles with multiple authors, each author receives full, not fractional, citation credit. Another ranking could be based on citations per paper, which reveals weighted impact. Essential Science Indicators lists authors ranked in the top 1% for a field over a given period, based on total citations. For more information on T Scientific's. Input: citations = [3,0,6,1,5] Output: 3 Explanation: [3,0,6,1,5] means the researcher has 5 papers in total and each of them had received 3, 0, 6, 1, 5 citations respectively. Since the researcher has 3 papers with at least 3 citations each and the remaining two with no more than 3 citations each, their h-index is 3 This Cited by count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. The ones marked * may be different from the article in the profile. Add co-authors Co-authors. Upload PDF. PDF Restore Delete Forever. Follow this author. New articles by this author . New citations to this author. New articles related to this author's research. Email address for updates. Done. My profile My library. 4. H-index. Since 2013, a score based on 'h-index' has also been incorporated in the QS World University Rankings by Subject. The h-index is a way of measuring both the productivity and impact of the published work of a scientist or scholar. The index is based on the set of the academic's most cited papers and the number of citations that.
H-indexes and citation counts play a role in how their work is evaluated and enter into funding and hiring decisions. Publications and co-authors can be added to Google Scholar manually without any constraints or control mechanism, an opportunity for gaming the system that some may find hard to resist. But forget malicious intent: scholars are people, and people are lazy. If Google Scholar. Author-level metrics are citation metrics that measure the bibliometric impact of individual authors. H-index is the best known author-level metric.Since it was proposed by JE Hirsch in 2005 it has gained a lot of popularity amongst researchers while bibliometics scholars proposed a few variants to account for its weaknesses (g-index, m-index are good examples) A little script to retrieve and print my total number of citations, h-index, and i10 number from Google Scholar. Only prerequisite is BeautifulSoup which does the heavy lifting/HTML parsing. - hindex Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. Merged citations . This Cited by count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. The ones marked * may be different from the article in the profile. Add co-authors Co-authors. Upload PDF. PDF Restore Delete Forever. Follow this author. New articles by this author. New citations to this author. New articles. A composite of productivity and citation impact, h-index is defined as the greatest number of publications h for which the count of lifetime citations is greater than or equal to h. Being bound at the upper limit only by total productivity, h-index favours older and more productive authors and journals. As h-index can only ever rise, it is also insensitive to recent changes in performance.
PUBLICATIONS Google Scholar h-index = 104 40,742 total citations I. REVIEWED PAPERS 384 Gorfe, A. and Sligar, S.G. (2020) Membrane Bound Ras as a Conformational Clock Biophysical Journal 118, 1-3. 383 Denisov, I.G., Schuler, M.A. and Sligar, S.G. (2019) Nanodiscs as a New Tool to Examine Lipid-Protei Regarding other indices, such as total citations per article and the h-index, the ranking remains unchanged in the first two positions (U.S. and U.K.) in both databases, although the cumulative relative weight is higher in Scopus (50.5%) than in WOS (47.7%). The h-index is also higher in Scopus (38 in the United Kingdom, 37 in the United States) than in WOS (35 in both countries) complete citation counts can also help generate more accurate h-index scores of scholars and journals, among others (Hirsch, 2005). Scholars trying to locate citations to a specific article for pure research purposes (as opposed to citations counts, research evaluation, and otherwise) will find answers to the aforementioned questions very useful too, especially in cases where bibliographic. H-index. G-index. i10-index. Journal Impact. Journal Citation Reports (JCR) Eigenfactor and Article Influence. Scimago Journal and Country Rank. Google Scholar Metrics. Tracking and Measuring Your Impact. Web of Science Citation Tools. Google Scholar Citations. PLoS Article-Level Metrics. Publish or Perish. Author Disambiguation. Broadening. (Google Scholar Citations as of August 2020 in parentheses; total citations 13,125; current h-index = 65) (Select reprints are available as PDF documents at http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/GG/FACULTY/POPP/bpopp-publ.html) Last updated: 31 October 2020 1. Doherty S.C, Maas A.E, Steinberg D.K., Popp B.N., and Close H.G. (2020
Total citations record and h index; PhD Guidance; PG Guidance; Invited Lectures; Workshops and Conferences Organized; References; Srikanta Pal. Important Links. Personal Information; Educational Background; Professional Background ; Review Committee Member; Patents; Major Scientific Achievements; Administrative Experience; Sponsored Research Projects ; Technical Reports ; Research fellowships. 22. A novel and unprecedented ferrocene-quinoline conjugate: facile proton conduction via 1D helical water chains and highly sensitive and selective chemosensor for Zn(II) ion in water Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. Merged citations This Cited by count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar Total citations = 62,717; h-index = 113; i10 index = 222 Citations since 2015 = 18,941; h-index = 62; i10 index = 166 Michael McCaul says 1 in 100 people is a sociopath o Here is my ResearcherID from the Web of Sciences (Total Citation: 35262. H-Index: 91) o Here is my Google Scholar profile. (Total Citation: 53812. H-Index: 110) o A full CV can be found here. Contact Info: o Email: Shanhui@stanford.edu. o Phone: 1-650-724-4759. o Address: Spilker Building, Room 314 . 348 Via Pueblo Mall, Stanford, CA 9430
A guide to understanding impact factors, journal rankings, h-index, alt-metrics, and other means of analyzing the influence and impact of published research. Skip to main content . It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see. Total: Journal Impact Factor Impact Factor without Journal Self Cites 5 Year Impact Factor = Citations in to items published in [-] - Self-citations () = = Number of citable items in [-] Immediacy Index = Citations to items published in = = Number of citable items in InCites Journal Citation Reports. Page of . Key Indicators . Export. By exporting the selected data, you agree to the data usage. Run an author search and click on an author's name. Click 'View in search results format'. Select the documents you want to include. Click 'View citation overview' below the author name. Make author selection page. Search for authors from the 'Author' or 'Advanced' search form 微博. 加入微博一起分享新鲜事 登录 | 注册. 14 London, UK, and Philadelphia, US November 19, 2019 - The Web of Science Group, a Clarivate Analytics company released its annual list of Highly Cited Researchers today. The highly anticipated list identifies scientists and social scientists who produced multiple papers ranking in the top 1% by citations for their field and year of publication, demonstrating significant research influence among.
The CCR provides 'total publications', h-index, and 'sum of times cited' & 'citing articles' each also 'without self citations'. Calclulating the % of self-citing articles, for a small sample of established Caltech authors, gives values from 1.2% to 2.7%. Given the inherent problems with comparing h-index values, might this be a better measure Citation Reports include a graphical display of publications per year and citations per year, and provide total times cited, average times cited, and the h-index so you can measure and compare citation impact. Connected to Google Scholar. You can now move seamlessly between the open web and the Web of Science Core Collection. Google Scholar results include times cited counts and direct links. For example, if we take the average number of citations per paper, by adding up each paper's citation count and dividing it by the total number of papers, we get 7.8 citations per paper. However, because the data are so skewed to one side, over 70% of the papers in the set fall below that average (that is, 70% of papers are cited fewer than 7 times). In this case, a slightly better. B. Honors and Awards (Google Scholar h-index ≥ 70, total citations ≥ 20,000) Elected to the National Academy of Engineering, 2019 . Separations Division Innovation Award, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2019 . Fellow, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2018 . Automatica Paper Prize , 201
Between 2007 and October 2017, Chinese scientists and engineers were cited a total of 19 million times in the WoS. While still far behind the 66 million citations received by US-based researchers, the numbers have risen at a fast pace. In the past year alone, China's ten-year citation count has grown by 29.9% Immediacy Index: 0.000: Cited Half-life: 1.0: H-index: 1: Quartile: Social Sciences: Sciences : Medical & Health Sciences : N/A: N/A: N/A: View Cited Journal Data; View Citing Journal Data; Journal Information . Journal Abbreviated Name: ISSN-Publisher: Universiti Teknologi MARA: Disciplines: Medical & Health Sciences > Medicine Medical & Health Sciences > Dentistry Medical & Health Sciences. There are two possible reasons why your citation count or h-index decreased. It is possible that you were cited by a publication which was duplicated in our system. We then merged the duplicates which resulted in the loss of a citation. Alternatively, an author of a publication which cited you may have removed their publication from our database entirely. Since there are over a billion. NON-SELF CITATIONS LIST (excluding self-citations) (total: 2131) Publications accessible at: The list of citations needed to compute the h-index (=29) (which includes self-citations) is posted in a separate file. Refereed Journal Publications [J53] H. Siar, K. Kourosh, A. T. Chronopoulos, An effective game theoretic static load balancing applied to distributed computing, Cluster Computing. ResearcherID Citations (ISI) Total: 31067 | H-index: 94. Google Scholar Citations Total: 42913 | H-index: 107 Scopus Citations Total: 34389 | H-index: 99. News from Zhu Group. Dr. Zhu Elected MRS Fellow February 26, 2019; Dr. Zhu chosen for TMS Mehl Award November 11, 2018; David College PhD defense August 29, 2018 ; Guozhen He MS defense July 23, 2018; Liwen Zhang PhD defense July 25, 2017.