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How to find your h-index on Web of
Science
What is the H-Index:
"An index to quantify an individual's scientific
research output" (Hirsch 2005).
This section provide...
H- Index on Web of Science

On Library’s homepage
Choose : Search and Find
Choose : Databases
Choose “Web of Science”
Change the drop down to “author”
Type in surname and initial with *
Click : “Create Citation Report”
H- index : 66
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How to find your h index in Web-Of-Science

  1. 1. How to find your h-index on Web of Science
  2. 2. What is the H-Index: "An index to quantify an individual's scientific research output" (Hirsch 2005). This section provides guides for locating one's Hindex via various access points, namely Web of Science References • Hirsch, J E. 2005. An index to quantify an individual's scientific research output. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102 (46): 16569.
  3. 3. H- Index on Web of Science On Library’s homepage Choose : Search and Find Choose : Databases
  4. 4. Choose “Web of Science”
  5. 5. Change the drop down to “author” Type in surname and initial with *
  6. 6. Click : “Create Citation Report”
  7. 7. H- index : 66

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