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Citation Searching and Bibliometric Measures: Citation Tracker/h-Graph

A discussion on topics such as the h-index, Eigenfactor, Impact Factor, Journal Citation Reports, and other tools.

Citation Tracker by Scopus

The Scopus Citation Tracker is a way to find, check and track citation data. It lets you track data year by year for a specific author or topic.

With the Scopus Citation Tracker you can evaluate:

  • The most highly cited author in a field and check that author's relevance
  • The real-time citation data of articles and authors of interest
  • What topics are hot in familiar or unfamiliar subject areas
  • What subjects are being cited by other subjects

Tracking Authors Using Citation Tracker

In  Author Search allows you can look up articles by and author, instuitution and subject area.

  • select the author and Citation Tracker
  • Get the h-index for the author
  • Get the h-Graph information about articles the author as written
  • Citation information: how many articles that were cited by this author and how many times they were cited over time

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The h-Graph measures the impact of a set of articles and shows the number of citations per document. The graph below depicts the artices from above.


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