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Impact indicators - Authors



The h-Index is an indicator based on the set of a researcher's most cited works and the number of citations of each of these works. For a better h-index score, it is advisable to create the various author profiles.

A researcher has an h-index of x when x of their papers have received at least x citations each.

For example, an h=20 means that an author has 20 publications that have each been cited at least 20 times.

The h-index is available in WoS, Scopus and Google Scholar, besides other databases.

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