​​Find H-Index Using Google Scholar​


There are two ways to find H-index of the author:​

  • ​From your own profile​

To find H-index of an author on Google Scholar, log o​n with your Google account and click ‘My Profile’ at the top of the Scholar homepage:​

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Click on the search symbol on the right side and type the last name and initials of the author in the opened search field. Then click search button (note: Google Scholar provides an H-index only for researchers who created a user profile for themselves). 

Then click the name of the author:

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The following screen displays H-index of the author, according to the items indexed within Google Scholar:​

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  • By 'Advanced Search'​

Go to 'Advanced Search':

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Type full name or last name and initials of the author in the ‘Return articles authored by’ field and click ‘Search’:​

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Click on the name of the author:

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The following screen displays H-index of the author:​

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