Google scholar uses statistics, such as h-index and i10-index, to encapsulate the publication performance of academics.
Is there a way to check the breakdown of an academic's research record? For example, software that shows publication breakdown into peer-reviewed journal, non-peer-reviewed journals, conference papers etc.
When an academic has hundreds of papers, it is a time consuming exercise to review. This is the motivation for this question.
Apologies if this has already been answered!