Beating the mis-citations (at last)

Yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!!!!!!!
Those of you who really should have a real life will rememebr a previous post of mine in which I bemoaned having a lower h-index that the mis-citations of one of D.R. Cox’s papers. Well, not that I’m anal or anything, but Web of Science updates its researcher ID statistics on Fridays, so I just checked, and I now have an h-index of 13![1]


In a small way, life has become so much better.
Oh, and if you’ve written about science for the public this week, make sure you submit to Scientia Pro Publica now!

1 That’s thirteen, not 6227020800

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2 Responses to Beating the mis-citations (at last)

  1. Cath Ennis says:

    Here ya go, Bob:

    You’re welcome
    Congrats on the new h-index!

  2. Bob O'Hara says:

    Ah, thanks. I wondered where I had left it.