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Impact Factors are used to track impact of scientific and medical journals, but how do you track your individual impact? Here are a few tools available to help you:
The H-index is a measure of the number of highly impactful papers an author has published, regardless of what journal the article was published in.
- SciVal Experts: MD Anderson Faculty members can use this tool to see their current publication list and H-index
- Scopus Author Search: Each MD Anderson author has a unique Scopus ID which includes a calculation of the authors H-Index and citation count. Find your Scopus profile by searching for your name and affiliation. Click here for directions.
To learn more about H-Indexes, register for a free webinar, H-Index and Beyond: What is your impact factor, on Wednesday, October 8, 11:30am – Noon. Click here for more details and to register.
Alternative metrics are web-based metrics that measure the impact of scholarly material. Web-based metrics typically include both publications and data from social media sources. Some examples of altmetrics tools are:
- Impact Story is a free tool supported by the National Science Foundation which allows you to upload articles, datasets, software and other products using Google Scholar, ORCID or PMID’s. Impact Story reports altmetrics and traditional citation counts for each item.
- Altmetric.com can be used through the Scopus database. Look for the Altmetric widget in Scopus on the right hand side of each individual search result.
Tracking an author’s individual publication impact can be challenging. If you have a common name, multiple names or have changed your name during the course of your career, an ORCID ID helps that distinguish you from every other researcher and track publications across databases.
To learn more about ORCID, register for a free webinar, ORCID: Making Your Publications Count, on Wednesday, September 17, 11:30am – Noon. Click here for more details and to register.
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