Author level metrics
Author and Article metrics are also available when when viewing an ARTICLE's Scopus page.
The H-index is a measure of research performance that combines research output (number of papers) and research impact (number of citations). It can be applied to the publications of an individual researcher of the publication output of an entire journal.
Resource: SciVal Metrics Guidebook
SciVal is based on output and usage data from Scopus and ScienceDirect.
For each selected metric in the Benchmarking module, you can choose which types of publications to include in the analysis.
Citation Counts - total citations
Citations per Publications - citations for each output
Field Weighted Citation Impact Metric = # of citations received by a document
FWCI =1 indicates the publications have been cited at world average for similar publications
FWCI >1 above world average for similar publications (e.g. 1.5 indicates outputs have been cited 50% above average)
FWCI <1 below world average for similar publications (e.g. 0.5 indicates outputs have been cited 50% below average)
Metrics provided in Google Scholar include:
Note: The citation count for a item can disappear if the citing document goes off-line (i.e. is no longer listed on Google Scholar). To be on the safe side, you may wish to download the citations received for a specific item.
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2. Author Dashboard on Research Online
ECU School Dashboard on Research Online