It calculates the authors' h-index and its variants.
Hindex(M, authors, sep = ";")
is a bibliographic data frame obtained by the converting function
is a character vector. It contains the the authors' names list for which you want to calculate the H-index. The aurgument has the form C("SURNAME1 N","SURNAME2 N",...), in other words, for each author: surname and initials separated by one blank space.
i.e for the auhtors SEMPRONIO TIZIO CAIO and ARIA MASSIMO
is the field separator character. This character separates auhtors in each string of AU column of the bibiographic data frame. The default is
an object of
class "list". It contains two elements: H is a data frame with h-index, g-index and m-index for each author; CitationList is a list with the bibliographic collection for each author.
convert2df to import and convert an ISI or SCOPUS Export file in a bibliographic data frame.
biblioAnalysis function for bibliometric analysis.
summary to obtain a summary of the results.
plot to draw some useful plots of the results.
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### EXAMPLE 1: ### data(scientometrics) authors <- c("SMALL H", "CHEN DZ") Hindex(scientometrics, authors, sep = ";")$H ### EXAMPLE 2: Garfield h-index### data(garfield) indices=Hindex(garfield, authors="GARFIELD E", sep = ";") # h-index, g-index and m-index of Eugene Garfield indices$H # Papers and total citations indices$CitationList[]