Michael S. Rosenberg’s Laboratory

Computational Evolutionary Biology & Bioinformatics

E-mail: msr@asu.edu
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publications per year

This metric, also called the time-scaled number of publications is just the mean number of publications per year, calculated as the total number of publications of an author divided by their academic age (number of years since their first publication),

$$P^{TS}=\frac{P}{\text{academic age}}=\frac{P}{Y-Y_0+1},$$

where \(Y\) is the current year and \(Y_{0}\) is the year of their first publication.

History

YearPTS
19975.0000
19983.0000
19992.3333
20003.0000
20013.2000
20023.3333
20033.4286
20043.3750
20053.5556
20063.3000
20073.2727
20083.1667
20093.2308
20103.4286
20113.4667
20123.3125
20133.4706
20143.3889
20153.3158
20163.2500
20173.1905