Why do Google Scholar Citations go down?
Google scholar will drop citations obtained from articles whose hosting websites no longer exist, and sometimes will remove erratic self-citation. Also, some authors do not use consistent name formats, which means a citation that belongs to another author might be attributed to you.
Do you have to publish your dissertation?
But without a publication, or two or three, the dissertation is not technically a total success. You’d be amazed at how many people don’t get a publication out of their dissertation.
What is a respectable h-index?
What is a Good h-Index? Hirsch reckons that after 20 years of research, an h-index of 20 is good, 40 is outstanding, and 60 is truly exceptional.
Can H-index go down?
The h-index is influence both by quantity (Scholarly Output) and publication impact (Citation Count). Originally conceived as a useful reflection of a researcher’s accumulated career, it is represented by a single number which stays the same or increases with time – it cannot go down.
How do I find my dissertation?
You can find dissertations on a topic by using the ProQuest Dissertations database and doing a keyword search. Tip: The ProQuest Dissertations databases provides access to dissertations from many colleges and universities around the world, including Walden. Most dissertations after 1997 are available in full text.
What is H index and I 10 index?
The h-index reflects both the number of publications and the number of citations per publication. For example a scientist with an h-index of 20 has 20 papers cited at least 20 times. The i10-index is the number of articles with at least 10 citations.
Where can I read a dissertation online?
We’ve tried to find the best dissertation database for you.
- Stanford University Libraries.
- WorldCat Dissertations and Theses.
- Cambridge University Library Theses Catalogue.