Scholarly output defines the total count of research outputs, to represent productivity.
Outputs of the following types are included in Scholarly Outputs (where present in the source database):
The following types are excluded from Scholarly Outputs:
Scholarly Output metrics are useful to benchmark productivity where researchers are from similar fields or disciplines and with similar career lengths.
Connect to SciVal (if you haven't already, you will need to set up an account with an email and password).
Connect to Web of Science
When you get to the main search screen:
Open Google Scholar
3. Click on this link, and the profile will be displayed.
4. Sort by year (click the Year column heading) and scroll through the pages to get the total number of publications and date range.
Note: this relies on an existing Google Scholar My Citations profile being set up. If you are looking for yourself and haven't yet set up a profile, follow the directions here.
Connect to USC Research Bank