The h-index attempts to measure the cumulative impact of an individual researcher’s publications, using both the number of publications and the number of citations.
H-Index = number of papers (h) with a citation number ≥ h
i10-Index = number of publications with at least 10 citations
Proprietary analysis provided by Clarivate, this provides information about an author and their impact across time.
Authors can also utilize metrics about the articles they have published or the journals they have published in like:
Check out the other tabs in this guide to learn more about different levels of metrics.