Michael S. Rosenberg’s Laboratory

Computational Evolutionary Biology & Bioinformatics

E-mail: msr@asu.edu
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normalized h-index

The normalized h-index (Sidiropoulos et al. 2007) is simply the h-index divided by the number of publications (or the v-index expressed as a proportion rather than a percentage):

$$h^n=\frac{h}{P}.$$

History

Yearhn
19970.2000
19980.3333
19990.4286
20000.4167
20010.3750
20020.3500
20030.3750
20040.4074
20050.4062
20060.4545
20070.4722
20080.5000
20090.5476
20100.5000
20110.5000
20120.5094
20130.4915
20140.5246
20150.5397
20160.5385
20170.5224

References