Answered By: Shelagh Hewson
Last Updated: Jun 19, 2015     Views: 22

You can get Google scholar to calculate your H index by creating a my citations profile   There are also  free add-ons for Google Scholar which will help you calculate your H index.  

These include:

 Publish or Perish - possibly the most useful as you can deselect any articles which are not yours and merge duplicates easily

Scholar H index (Chrome add on) 

To find the H index for an author you are interested in search for the author you are looking for . If you are finding an author difficult to locate - use quotation marks to restrict results to an exact match e.g.  "K Murphy" will not retrieve articles by KJ Murphy.  You can also add a subject area.  You should see the H index displayed at the top of the results  .   You may need to deselect articles which are incorrect matches to get a "true" score.

 

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