31.2K(top 0.1%)
papers
769.3K(top 0.1%)
citations
267(top 0.1%)
h-index
432(top 0.1%)
g-index
42.1K
all documents
881.1K
doc citations
29.4K
citing journals
h-index
The graph shows the changes in the h-index of Carleton University and its corresponding percentile for the sake of comparison with the entire literature. H-index is a common scientometric index, which is equal to h if the journal has published at least h papers having at least h citations. This is not the historical change in the h-index. Instead, it calculates the h-index by articles before a given year, not the citations before that year.