How to Find Author Metrics
The traditional measure of an author’s research impact and visibility is the h-index, which is based on the author's most cited papers and the number of citations they have received from other articles.
See also Measuring Personal Impact and Your Research Impact.
Calculating your h-index
Follow these instructions to calculate your h-index for:
From the Authors page, search on the author's name (family name first):
- From the Author search results page, click on the number in front of the author’s name to see Documents
- Select All
- Click on View citation overview
- Exclude self-citations
- View h-graph (top right corner)
- Google Scholar
- Set up your own profile
- Add your publications to get your Google h-index
Google Scholar also provides your i-10 index, which indicates the number of academic publications you have written that have at least ten citations from others. It was introduced by Google in July 2011.
Author Metrics tools
For more detailed descriptions of Author Metrics tools see also the Library’s 2017 PBRF guides: