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How are the different Research impact metrics calculated?
The Metrics Toolkit is a guide to understanding how different research impact metrics are calculated, what each metric means, and how to effectively use the different metrics that are available.
Requesting a Research Metrics Report
Researchers submitting grant funding applications and/or seeking academic promotion may request a research metrics report from the Library. The report prepared by faculty staff collates information about a researcher and metrics related to their research outputs, including:
updated researcher profiles, e.g. ORCiD, Scopus AuthorID, Google Scholar
publication metrics from relevant sources
publication, exhibitions and performance reviews
Australian & international library holdings of publications
media reports & interviews
Government publication details
Due to the complexity of the report, please give us at least 2 weeks for its completion. To obtain a Research Metrics Report please complete this form or contact a Faculty Librarian.