Q. How do I find an author's h-index?
Answered By: Paul Gardner Last Updated: May 23, 2023 Views: 224
Answered By: Paul Gardner
Last Updated: May 23, 2023 Views: 224
An author's h-index is a measure of his or her productivity and citation impact. To find an author's h-index, you can use Scopus, which is available on the Library's A-Z Database List by clicking on "S" and then scrolling to Scopus.
Once you have accessed Scopus, click on the Author Search tab, enter the author's name, and click search.
Select the correct author profile to view information about the author, including his or her h-index.
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