On the Citation Report page, you will find your H-index. The H-index in this example below is 63 because there are 63 articles by this author which have 63 or more citations. If there are articles listed that are not yours, remove them by using the checkboxes and by clicking GO. This will remove the errant results and recalculate your H-index.
Calculate Your Individual Impact FactorUse the information on the Citation Report screen to calculate your individual impact factor for 2014.
To get started, restrict the publication years to 2012 and 2013 and click GO. Look at the Published Items in Each Year table to determine the total number of articles published in 2012 and 2013. (In the example below, the total number of articles published in these two years is 20.) This number is the denominator you will plug in to the personal impact factor equation.
Individual Impact Factor =
Cites in 2014 to articles you published in 2013 and 2012
Total number of articles you published in 2013 and 2012
Therefore in the personal impact factor in this example is 102 / 20 = 5.10.