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Measuring Your Impact: Research Metrics: Getting Started

This is a guide to the various metrics used to measure research impact.

Bibliometrics

Scholarly metrics attempt to measure the impact of an article, author or journal.

An institution may use metrics to see where its research strengths are. Researchers use metrics when making decisions about where to publish and in seeking mentors and collaborators.

This guide will help you find and understand:

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