The h-index combines the number of papers an author has produced (productivity)
and the number of citations to those papers (influence) in a single number.
In the example on the right, the researcher would have an h-index of 8,
as 8 of their articles have been cited at least 8 or more times by other authors, and the remaining articles have each been cited 8 times or less.
Note: Your h-index may be different in each database due to differences in content coverage and frequency of updates.
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