Citation IndexesH-IndexG-IndexArticle Level MetricsCitation Mapping via Web of Science
Impact FactorsERA 2015 Journal ListScopus Journal AnalyzerEigenFactor ScoreFaculty of 1000ESI Journal RankingSNIP and SJR ValuesSubject Specific Lists
Web RankingsInstitutional Rankings
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Research Impact and Citation Analysis   Tags: bibliometrics, citation analysis, impact factor, metrics, ranking, research impact  

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What is Bibliometrics?

Bibliometrics is the quantitative analysis of research publications.  It is one of a range of metrics which are often used to evaluate research for funding, management and marketing purposes, including innovations, prestigious awards and peer evaluation. 

 

Tutorial

Measuring your Research Impact Online Tutorial, developed in Ireland includes 3 modules:

  • introductory overview
  • journal ranking
  • bibliometrics to support your career and research strategy

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