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Locating one’s H-index in Web of Science
UCT Bibliometrics Working Group
September 2015
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• From the library page: http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/ go to “Search & Find”
• Choose “Databases (A-Z)”
Choose “Web of Science” from the list of electronic databases
• Select the “Web of Science Core Collection” from the drop down tab
• From the “Basic Search” drop down arrow choose “Aut...
• Enter the Author’s last name and initials
• Click on “Select Research Domain”
• Tick the relevant box for the “Research Domain”
• Click “Select Organization”
• Choose the relevant organisation(s) associated with
the author
• Click “Finish Search”
Click on “Create Citation Report”
• Remove unwanted items from the list by checking the box and clicking “Go”
(If necessary, items can also be restricted by...
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  1. 1. Locating one’s H-index in Web of Science UCT Bibliometrics Working Group September 2015 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License .
  2. 2. • From the library page: http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/ go to “Search & Find” • Choose “Databases (A-Z)”
  3. 3. Choose “Web of Science” from the list of electronic databases
  4. 4. • Select the “Web of Science Core Collection” from the drop down tab • From the “Basic Search” drop down arrow choose “Author Search”
  5. 5. • Enter the Author’s last name and initials • Click on “Select Research Domain”
  6. 6. • Tick the relevant box for the “Research Domain” • Click “Select Organization”
  7. 7. • Choose the relevant organisation(s) associated with the author • Click “Finish Search”
  8. 8. Click on “Create Citation Report”
  9. 9. • Remove unwanted items from the list by checking the box and clicking “Go” (If necessary, items can also be restricted by publication year.) • The h-index is located in “Results found”

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