The Boulder Labs Library provides bibliometric and research impact services for researchers affiliated with the Boulder Labs. Bibliometrics are tools to capture elements of research productivity and research impact. Examples of bibliometric measures include the total number of citations for publications, h-index, and average citations per publication. These metrics can be provided for a single researcher, a group of researchers or whole divisions and departments.
Bibliometrics is the quantitative analysis of scholarly publication and citation data, intended to provide insight into the value and influence of published research. The Boulder Labs Library offers bibliometrics services for individuals and research groups. Bibliometrics can be used to:
The Boulder Labs Library can provide bibliometrics analysis at the individual and group level. The following areas listed below are components that a typical bibliometrics report will include.
Descriptive indicators, such as:
Evaluative indicators, such as:
Alternative metrics, such as: