Michael S. Rosenberg’s Laboratory

Computational Evolutionary Biology & Bioinformatics

E-mail: msr@asu.edu
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corrected quality ratio

The corrected quality ratio (Lindsey 1978) is a metric derived from the total citations and the total publications. It is calculated as:

$$CQ=\frac{C^P}{P}\sqrt{C^P \times P}$$which is the product of the mean number of citations per publication and the geometric mean of the numbers of citations and publications. It was designed to overcome problems with the C/P index, particularly with respect to younger researchers.

History

YearCQ
19971.2649
199819.1355
199981.6403
2000158.3148
2001383.4577
2002831.3844
20031435.1374
20042723.0268
20054342.2025
20067020.2732
20079769.7311
200813329.1025
200917198.2076
201021236.5925
201125303.1692
201229706.9769
201333505.2461
201438508.7561
201543372.7803
201648210.8807
201751691.4929

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