About Citation Reports • Use to quickly see citations over a period of time to a set of publications • Provide aggregate citation statistics for a set of search results • Graphs that show publication activity and citation activity by year • Average citations per item and average times cited per year • H-index • Remove self-citing papers • Possible for sets of 10,000 records or fewer • Note: Marked Lists sets limited to 5,000 records
Create a citation report from… …and more • Any search results set • Some examples: • Author search: track research output and citation activity to an author’s published works • Address search: track research output and citation activity for an institution’s publications • Topic search: see publication and citation trends in a topic of interest • Cited Reference search or Citing Articles list: examine second generation citations to gauge indirect impact • Marked List: create a custom list of articles for reporting
H-index Hirsch, J. E. (2005). An index to quantify an individual's scientific research output. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 102(46), 16569-16572. Meaningful when compared to others within the same discipline area. Researchers in one field may have very different h-indices than researchers in another (e.g. Life Sciences vs Physics).
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