# How do I calculate my h-index?

## How do I calculate my h-index?

The h-index is a measure of the number of publications published (productivity), as well as how often they are cited. h-index = the number of publications with a citation number greater than or equal to h. For example, 15 publications cited 15 times or more, is a h-index of 15.

## What is a good score on h-index?

What is a Good h-Index? Hirsch reckons that after 20 years of research, an h-index of 20 is good, 40 is outstanding, and 60 is truly exceptional. In his paper, Hirsch shows that successful scientists do, indeed, have high h-indices: 84% of Nobel prize winners in physics, for example, had an h-index of at least 30.

**How is i10 calculated?**

i10-Index = the number of publications with at least 10 citations. This very simple measure is only used by Google Scholar, and is another way to help gauge the productivity of a scholar.

**How is h-index Impact Factor calculated?**

Impact Factor(IF-2018) = A/B A -> The number of times that all items published in that journal in 2016 and 2017 were cited by indexed publications during 2018.

### How do I manually calculate my h-index?

To manually calculate your h-index, organize articles in descending order, based on the number of times they have been cited. In the below example, an author has 8 papers that have been cited 33, 30, 20, 15, 7, 6, 5 and 4 times. This tells us that the author’s h-index is 6.

### What is h-index and I 10 index?

h index corresponds to a scientist’s h of his/her N papers that have been cited at least h times each, while the rest of the N papers have less than h citations each. i10 index refers to the number of paper with 10 or more citations. This index assists the h-index and gives more weight to the highly-cited papers.

**What is a good h-index after 10 years?**

H-index scores between 3 and 5 seem common for new assistant professors, scores between 8 and 12 fairly standard for promotion to the position of tenured associate professor, and scores between 15 and 20 about right for becoming a full professor.

**Is an h-index of 40 good?**

According to Hirsch, a person with 20 years of research experience with an h-index of 20 is good, 40 is great, and 60 is remarkable.

#### How do I find my h-index and i10-Index?

hi -index is based on the set of the scientist’s most cited papers and the number of citations that they have received in other publications. i10-Index = the number of publications with at least 10 citations. It is really vip question.

#### How do I find my h-index in Google Scholar?

Find the correct profile and open it. Check the publications list against the list of publications in the academic’s staff profile. Their h-index can be found on the right-hand side of the screen in the “Cited by” section.

**Is an h-index of 11 good?**

**How do I generate the h-index?**

There are numerous ways to generate the H-index including the Google Scholar Universal Gadget, the Publish or Perish desktop software and the Scholar H-index Calculator. Using each one at a time…

Calculate Your h-index. To manually calculate your h-index, organize articles in descending order, based on the number of times they have been cited (see below example). Web of Science, Scopus, and Google Scholar can also be used to calculate an h-index for that particular citation-tracking database.

## How do you calculate an author’s H-index?

Düsseldorf University Press. Given Scopus and Web of Science ‘s citation-tracking functionality, they can also calculate an individual’s h-index based on content in their particular databases. Likewise, Google Scholar collects citations and calculates an author’s h-index via the Google Scholar Citations Profile feature.

## What is the index h of a scientist?

‘A scientist has index h if h of his or her papers (N p) have at least h citations each and the other (N p – h) papers have ≤h citations each’. Let’s say we have an h -index of 7.