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I am wondering how do we find h-index here: http://academic.research.microsoft.com/

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    it was there on the old version of MAS. Now they removed it and put total citations instead. I really recommend not to check MAS since updates are very slow compared to Google Scholar. I have published a paper in a conference (indexed by MAS) almost three years ago and its still does not show up in their website. As an alternative, arnetminer.org is fairly updated with h-index while GScholar rocks at this matter. – seteropere Jul 27 '13 at 4:44
  • @seteropere regarding arnetminer.org, it seems very specialized (although I don't know in what field)… definitely not a generic tool, unlike Google Scholar or Microsoft Academic – F'x Jul 27 '13 at 7:55
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    Publish or Perish is a very handy application to dig all the data on the web about an author. It report h-index, g-index and a bunch of other influence factors. – Arash Sarshar Jul 27 '13 at 9:47
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The h-index was removed from Microsoft Academic Search in January 2013, according to the features update list (which, not surprisingly, is the first Google result for “h-index Microsoft Academic Search”).

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