Scientific Evaluation Tools​

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Scientific Evaluation Tools​

This Guide can be used for determination of different Bibliometric metrics and contains detailed examples and explanations
 on citation analysis.

Author's H-Index

The h-index is based on a list of publications ranked in descending order by the times cited. The value of ...

ET Journal

Journal Metrics

Journal metrics are a proxy measure used to evaluate the relative importance of a journal and identify ...

ET Profile & Identity

Profiling & Identity

The Author Identification provides a unique number for every author and helps find and recognize a ...

Article Citations

Article Citations

Searching for cited articles is a useful tool for conducting research for the following reasons: ...

Altmetrics Researcher


Altmetrics are alternative metrics derived from open web resources. They measure the number of ...

Bibliometrics is a quantitative evaluation of publication and citation data.

The most commonly used metrics are:

  • H-index
  • Citations
  • Journal Impact Factor

The most commonly used bibliometrics tools:

  • Web of Science
  • Scopus
  • Google Scholar

Be noted:

Publication and citation data can be used alongside other forms of measurement and assessment of research activity, for example:

  • Peer-review
  • Funding received
  • Awards granted
  • Patents
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