What can be done by Publon?
Publons also provides:
- tools for publishers to find, screen, contact, and motivate peer reviewers;
- data and publications about global peer review behaviour;
- peer review training for early-career researchers; and.
- features for academics to discuss and evaluate published research.
What is Publons profile?
Your Publons profile is the public facing element of your Publons account where other members of the community can see the publications, verified peer reviews, verified editorial board memberships, and editor records that make up your verified record of contributions to research.
Is Publons safe?
Yes, Publons is a serious & stable initiative to add value to the work of reviewers. There is a lot of discussion around this. In principle the website is collecting information submitted by users regarding peer review.
How do you delete a Publons publication?
To delete publications individually, navigate to your Private Dashboard > Publications and click on the delete/trashcan icon (twice to confirm) in the row of the publication you’d like to delete.
How do I delete my Publons account?
If you no longer wish to keep your Publons account you can request a deletion.
- Navigate to the Delete Account tab of your Clarivate account settings.
- Select “I am no longer getting any value from my account” from the available options and submit by clicking Delete Account and then confirming.
How do I add publications to Publons?
How do I add my publications to Publons? Print
- Select “Show filters”.
- Select the configuration of filters which gives you the most accurate list and then select those publications which you have authored.
- Click “Import selected publications” and we will begin importing those papers.
How do you read an h index?
The h-index is calculated by counting the number of publications for which an author has been cited by other authors at least that same number of times. For instance, an h-index of 17 means that the scientist has published at least 17 papers that have each been cited at least 17 times.
What is the I index?
Measuring your Research Impact: i10-Index Created by Google Scholar and used in Google’s My Citations feature. i10-Index = the number of publications with at least 10 citations. This very simple measure is only used by Google Scholar, and is another way to help gauge the productivity of a scholar.
What are the examples of index?
An example of index is to put employees names in alphabetical order. An example of index is to adjust wages based on the cost of living. The definition of an index is a guide, list or sign, or a number used to measure change. An example of an index is a list of employee names, addresses and phone numbers.
What is the type of index?
There are two types of Indexes in SQL Server: Clustered Index. Non-Clustered Index.
What are the 3 major stock indexes?
There are approximately 5,000 U.S. indexes. The three most widely followed indexes in the U.S. are the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average, and Nasdaq Composite. The Wilshire 5000 includes all the stocks from the U.S. stock market.
What are the major indexes?
Market Indexes: Major Markets
|COMP||NASDAQ Composite Index||13,480|
|DJIA||Dow Jones Industrial Average||33,153|
|DJT||Dow Jones Transportation Average||14,748|
|DJU||Dow Jones Utility Average Index||879.51|
What companies make up the Nasdaq 100 index?
How many companies are in the Nasdaq?
- Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT)
- Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)
- Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN)
- Alphabet Class C (NASDAQ:GOOG)
- Alphabet Class A (NASDAQ:GOOGL)
- Facebook (NASDAQ:FB)
- Intel (NASDAQ:INTC)
- Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX)
How Nasdaq is calculated?
The index is calculated by taking the total value of the share weights of all the stocks on the exchange, multiplied by each security’s closing price. The NASDAQ index is reported on the composite every second, but the final confirmed value is calculated at 4:16 p.m. Eastern Time at the close of each trading day.
What is the Nasdaq made up of?
The Nasdaq contains all of the companies that trade on the Nasdaq. Most are technology and internet-related, but there are financial, consumer, biotech, and industrial companies as well. The Nasdaq tracks more than 3,300 stocks.