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What is a strong publication record?

What is a strong publication record?

In general, a strong publication record is a record of publishing several papers in the top, first-tier, venues of your field. This means having a range of conference papers and more importantly, at least one reputable journal publication.

What is publication record?

Your publication record is the measure that everyone – from colleagues to funding agencies – uses to judge your quality as a researcher.

How do I display Orcid?

At minimum, the ORCID identifier should be displayed as the full iD URI, with https scheme (https is strongly encouraged): The visibly displayed iD URI and iD icon should always be an active hyperlink to the ORCID record.

How do I link Orcid?

The first time you sign in using your institutional or social media account from ORCID, you will be asked to connect your ORCID account by signing in using your ORCID username (email address or ORCID iD) and password, and then confirm that the accounts be linked.

How do I get my Orcid iD?

To recover your 16-digit ORCID iD: Visit….If you are not signed in to ORCID:Select the ORCID iD option.Enter your email address.Select Recover account details.Look for an email from res[email protected] with the subject line [ORCID] Your ORCID iD.

What is Scopus ID?

What is Scopus Author ID? Your Scopus Author ID allows you to track your publications indexed in the Scopus citation database and build metric reports. You can use Scopus to follow the outputs of other researchers and institutions and identify potential collaborators.

What is the use of Orcid ID?

ORCID is an open registry. ORCID records hold non-sensitive information such as name, email, organization name, and research activities. ORCID understands the fundamental need for individuals to control how their data are shared, and provides tools for individuals to manage data privacy.

How do I link my Scopus Orcid ID?

Steps to Add Works from Scopus to ORCIDClick Online Access to start using Scopus.Click on the Authors tab and Search with your last name and first name (or initials). Click on your name to access your Scopus author profile, and then click on Connect to ORCID:

How do I know my Scopus ID?

You may find your Scopus ID in your PIRA researcher profile. Locate your PIRA research profile via a surname search at PIRA Researchers. All your available author IDs are listed at the top of the page.

Is Scopus free?

Scopus offers free features to non-subscribed users, and is available through Scopus Preview. Researchers may use Scopus to assist with their research, such as searching authors, and learning more about Scopus content coverage and source metrics.

What is a good h index?

Hirsch reckons that after 20 years of research, an h index of 20 is good, 40 is outstanding, and 60 is truly exceptional. The advantage of the h-index is that it combines productivity (i.e., number of papers produced) and impact (number of citations) in a single number.