Monday, 29 September 2014

I10-Index – A New Metric to Measure Citable Content

Some researchers in the infancy stage of their careers seldom bother about impact factors, citable content and metrics such as i-index or h-index. All they need is some clarity on how the subject is going to impact their scope of work. Indexing the citations is no longer a prerogative of the statisticians because it is actually the authors and researchers who are responsible for producing citable manuscripts. Prolific writers do not need a mention as to what they need to do in order to produce citable literature. They understand the parameters that govern high quality content. The race for citation indices is now interesting. Apart from h-index by Hirsch, the g-index by Leo Egghe, we have the latest arrival………. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE