This Guide can be used for determination of different Bibliometric metrics and contains detailed examples and explanations on citation analysis.
Bibliometrics is a quantitative evaluation of publication and citation data.
The most commonly used metrics are:
Journal Impact Factor
The most commonly used bibliometrics tools:
Web of Science
Publication and citation data can be used alongside other forms of measurement and assessment of research activity, for example:
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