Author-level metrics

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Author-level metrics are citation metrics that measure the bibliometric impact of individual authors, researchers, academics, and scholars.wikipedia
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H-index

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A prime example is the h-index.
The h-index is an author-level metric that attempts to measure both the productivity and citation impact of the publications of a scientist or scholar.

Eigenfactor

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Other metrics originally developed for academic journals can be reported at researcher level, such as the author-level eigenfactor and the author impact factor.
Originally Eigenfactor scores were measures of a journal's importance; it has been extended to author-level.

Impact factor

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Other metrics originally developed for academic journals can be reported at researcher level, such as the author-level eigenfactor and the author impact factor.
While these metrics apply only to journals, there are also author-level metrics, such as the H-index, that apply to individual researchers.

Article-level metrics

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Citation impact

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Author-level metrics are citation metrics that measure the bibliometric impact of individual authors, researchers, academics, and scholars.

Bibliometrics

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Author-level metrics are citation metrics that measure the bibliometric impact of individual authors, researchers, academics, and scholars.

Academic journal

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Other metrics originally developed for academic journals can be reported at researcher level, such as the author-level eigenfactor and the author impact factor.

ResearchGate

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RG Scores have been reported to be correlated with existing citation impact measures, but have also been criticized as having questionable reliability and an unknown calculation methodology.

G-index

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The g-index is an index for quantifying productivity in science, based on publication record (an author-level metric).

Mikhail Blagosklonny

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Further reports on Beall's blog suggest that the substandard peer review processes for these journals are used by their respective editors-in-chief to entice prospective authors to include references to Blagosklonny's own publications in their articles (following the peer review), thereby raising his personal citation impact.