Finding your h-index (Hirsch index) in Google Scholar | NCAR Library

Using Google Scholar for the h-index.

Scholar H-Index Calculator for Google Chrome and Firefox - Official...

Due to limitations on the Google Scholar output format, Scholar H-Index truncates to 4 (or 5) the author count for papers having more than 4 authors. In such a case, the presented h_{I,Norm} has to be taken has an upper bound estimate of its real value (take care...

Google Scholar Citation Indexes |authorSTREAM

Presentation for the "Make Google behave" workshop organised by UKeiG and held in London, 30th October 2013. Covers Google Scholar citation indexes and how to calculate an author's h-index.

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Find H-Index using Google Scholar

To find H-index of an author on Google Scholar, log on with your Google account and select ‘My Citations’ at the top of the Scholar homepage: There are two ways to find H-index of the author: 1. FROM YOUR OWN PROFILE.

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Google Scholar Citations provide a simple way for authors to keep track of citations to their articles.

Not all scholarly journals are indexed in Google Scholar

My h-index is 7 with the “general search” function, 12 with the “cited reference” function and 15 with Google Scholar. Differences will not be as dramatic for all scholars, but many academics show a substantially higher number of

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Maintainer James Keirstead Author James Keirstead Version 0.1.4 License MIT + le LICENSE Title Analyse Citation Data from Google Scholar.

A Case Study of the H-index in Nursing

Results: Scopus, WOS, and Google Scholar provided different h-index ratings for authors and each database found unique and duplicate citing references. Conclusions: More than one tool should be used to calculate the h-index for nursing faculty...

Finding your H-Index in Google Scholar

An author’s H-Index can be found using Scopus, Web of Science and/or Google Scholar. Each database may give a different H-Index for the same author – this can be caused by variations in the titles indexed and date coverage between these databases.

Поиск реализован с помощью Yandex XML и Google Custom Search API