Finding h-index

h-index can be used to measure the research performance of a single author, multiple authors, or selected documents. ResearcherID, Scopus Author ID and ORCID help you showcase your publications and establish your research network.


  • It was developed by J.E. Hirsch to qualify the impact and quantity of individual author research output.
  • It 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 22 means there are 22 items that have 22 citations or more. This metric is useful because it discounts the disproportionate weight of highly cited papers or papers that have not yet been cited.


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