Scholar H-Index Calculator (the Calculator from now on) is a bibliometric and citation analysis tool which works as an addon for Google Chrome (Firefox support has
Tony, an alternative way of doing it is through ResearcherID.com, with the added value that you have manually curated all articles that should be included in the calculation of your H-index
Scholar H-Index Calculator feature summary.
• Does not automatically calculate the h-index (but you.
Calculating your citations and H-index at Scholar.google.com. ISI and SCOPUS both allow you to check and calculate your citations and H-index. But both databases are limited to peer-reviewed journals only.
Testing the Calculation of a Realistic h-index in Google Scholar, Scopus, and Web of Science for F. W. Lancaster. Peter Jacso. Abstract. This paper focuses on the practical limitations in the content and software of the databases that are used to calculate the...
Once installed, the Scholar H-Index Calculator Firefox add-on displays on top of Google Scholar result pages, the corresponding h-index, g-index, e-index and other measures of impact for the submitted query.
Google Scholar Metrics provide an easy way for authors to quickly gauge the visibility and influence of recent articles in scholarly publications.
FireFox: Scholar H-Index calculator. Apps ( not all tested to the limit..., Please add your views in Comments): H-index Calculator (not free)(risk of getting banned temporarily from Google Scholar for requesting too much info).
Once installed, the Scholar H-Index Calculator Firefox add-on displays on top of Google Scholar result pages, the corresponding h-index, g-index, e-index