Hindex {bibliometrix} | R Documentation |
It calculates the authors' h-index and its variants.
Hindex(M, field = "author", elements = NULL, sep = ";", years = 10)
M |
is a bibliographic data frame obtained by the converting function |
field |
is character. It can be equal to c("author", "source"). field indicates if H-index have to be calculated for a list of authors or for a list of sources. Default
value is |
elements |
is a character vector. It contains the authors' names list or the source list for which you want to calculate the H-index. When the field is
"author", the argument has the form C("SURNAME1 N","SURNAME2 N",...), in other words, for each author: surname and initials separated by one blank space. If elements=NULL, the function calculates impact indices for all elements contained in the data frame.
i.e for the authors SEMPRONIO TIZIO CAIO and ARIA MASSIMO |
sep |
is the field separator character. This character separates authors in each string of AU column of the bibliographic data frame. The default is |
years |
is a integer. It indicates the number of years to consider for Hindex calculation. Default is 10. |
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 WoS 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.
### EXAMPLE 1: ### data(scientometrics, package = "bibliometrixData") authors <- c("SMALL H", "CHEN DZ") Hindex(scientometrics, field = "author", elements = authors, sep = ";")$H Hindex(scientometrics, field = "source", elements = "SCIENTOMETRICS", sep = ";")$H ### EXAMPLE 2: Garfield h-index### data(garfield, package = "bibliometrixData") indices=Hindex(garfield, field = "author", elements = "GARFIELD E", years=Inf, sep = ";") # h-index, g-index and m-index of Eugene Garfield indices$H # Papers and total citations head(indices$CitationList[[1]])