is a Snowball Metric.
Scholarly Output counts the number of research outputs, and include the following types:
Outputs of the following types are not counted as Scholarly Outputs:
Scholarly Output is an indication of productivity. It is a useful metric for providing transparency when used in conjunction with size-normalised metrics such as citations per publication.
Scholarly Output will vary for the same research entity in different database sources. Comparisons should therefore only be made from a single source. See appropriate use of publication and citation metrics.
Recommended sources for calculating Scholarly Output are listed below.
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