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MITS 5300: Operating Systems Security (Julie Thorpe)

What are Research Metrics?

Research Metrics measure impact and provide insight into the influence of specific journal publications, individual articles, and authors.

Definitions

Journal Metrics, such as Impact Factor, can help track citation patterns within journals and determine which journals are highly-cited.

Author Metrics measure the impact and productivity of a researcher. 

Article Metrics, or citation tracking, can be used to determine if an article, book, journal, or particular author has been cited by another work.

Altmetrics help researchers measure their impact from papers, data sets, websites, blog posts, and more.

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