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H-index

The h-index is a common bibliometric measure which is used in the evaluation of researchers. It combines the productivity, i.e. how many articles a researcher has published, with the number of citations per article. You can look up your h-index in both Scopus and Web of Science.

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H-index


H-index in Scopus

  1. Open Scopus and enter Author search. Type in your last name, your first name, and click Search.
  2. On the next screen you will find your Scopus author profile. In case there are multiple researchers with the same name you will get a list of profiles. The h-index is available in the third column.

Please contact the library if something appears to be incorrect with your Scopus profile.

H-index in Web of Science Core Collection

  1. Open WoS Core Collection and enter Author Search. Type in your last name, your first name, and click Find.
  2. On the next screen you will find your Web of Science author record with the h-index on the right-hand side. If you want to verify your list of publications, click Claim this record. This will also give you the option to send corrections to Web of Science.

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