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Finding yourself: citation tracking for Monash Law authors: Scopus

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  • Note the number of documents included by Scopus (Documents) and the number of citations to these documents (Cited n times). 
     
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h index

  • The h index is provided by Scopus. [An h index (Hirsch Index or Highly Cited Index), is calculated for a single author rather than a publication and is therefore calculated against other authors in similar fields. Formula used: A researcher has index h if h of his/her Np papers have at least h citations each, and the other (Np - h) papers have no more than h citations each. Only documents published after 1995 are included.] 
     
  • Typically, the h index for Law authors is low compared to Science authors, as the number of documents included in Scopus is lower.
     

 

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