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This guide introduces tools such as Journal Citation Reports, Web of Science and provides instruction on calculating ones h-Index.
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    Researcher Impact

    Citation indexes are the most common method of evaluating the impact of research publications by individual authors.  Tools for citation analysis include:

    This guide also provides advice on calculating one's h-Index, a commonly accepted measure of a researcher's overall scholarly output.

     

    Journal Impact

    A number of tools are available for calculating the impact of journals. 

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