Scholar Metrics provide an easy way for authors to quickly gauge the visibility and influence of recent articles in scholarly publications. Today, we are releasing the 2021 version of Scholar Metrics. This release covers articles published in 2016–2020 and includes citations from all articles that were indexed in Google Scholar as of July 2020.
Scholar Metrics include journals from websites that follow our inclusion guidelines and selected conferences in Engineering & Computer Science. Publications with fewer than 100 articles in 2016-2020, or publications that received no citations over these years are not included.
You can browse publications in specific categories such as Computational Linguistics, Hematology, or Religion as well as broad areas like Engineering & Computer Science or Humanities, Literature & Arts . You will see the top 20 publications ordered by their five-year h-index and h-median metrics. You also can browse the top 100 publications in several languages - for example, Portuguese and Spanish. For each publication, you can view the top papers by clicking on the h5-index.
Scholar Metrics include a large number of publications beyond those listed on the per-category and per-language pages.
Identifying which diseases represent a priority is crucial to optimize resources for diagnostics, control, and prevention. Here, the impact of 111 poultry pathogens belonging to Viruses (n =31), Bacteria (n=33), and Other (n=47) was assessed using the H-index. The overall mean H-indexes suggested that poultry Viruses have statistically greater impa...
We here describe and present results of a simple neural network that predicts individual researchers’ future citation counts based on a variety of data from the researchers’ past. For publications available on the open access-server arXiv.org we find a higher predictability than previous studies.
The h-index is the largest number h such that h publications have at least h
citations. The index reflects both the number of publications and the number
of citations per publication. One unperceived deficiency of this metric is that
it is Pareto-inefficient. A “citation surplus” would be absent and, thus, the
h-index would be efficient for a resea...