You can make a case about the impact of your career of producing research outputs (productivity) and the impact of the outputs collectively (citation counts) based on your h-index and other author metrics, using the following tools:
The i10-index is the number of publications with at least 10 citations. It can be used as an alternative measure to the h-index.
This is a metric that can be used to benchmark the performance of the Author. The benchmark should be used to measure against researchers with similar research areas of interest, in similar institutions, with similar length of career, etc.
The Author's performance is often benchmarked when evaluations are made about tenure, promotion or recruitment.
Select and aggregate the relevant publications into one report (alternatively, create a Web of Science Researcher Identifier profile and link it to your ORCID - this will locate and link all your publications in one step).
You can view the report on the screen in graph format (see image below).
You can also export the report to an excel spreadsheet, or save the report in a text file format.
Note: only those publications indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection is taken into consideration when the h-index is computed.