First impressions - pretty good. It need a little tidying up (a few papers that weren't mine - the format of Bioscience Education confuses it - and a few papers missing that needed to be added).
I've never seen all my citations in one place this this before so I broke them down into Virology papers (former life), Education papers (current existence) and Books, then did some quick stats:
Virology: Education: Books:
Min. : 0.00 Min. : 0.000 Min. : 0.00
Median : 10.50 Median : 0.000 Median : 0.00
Mean : 42.74 Mean : 4.073 Mean : 22.67
Max. : 273.00 Max. : 66.000 Max. : 189.00
- Science papers in high impact journals do best (duh), but (most) books do well also. How much would article-level metrics smooth this distribution?
- All categories have items with zero citations (including books). Most of these were written because I was talking to a particular community or was required to write these outputs for grant "dissemination" (hollow laugh).
- Distribution of citations in all categories is highly skewed by a small number of high scoring items.
- Moving to education is a bad career move if you are going to be compared with scientists using blunt objects such as impact factors or even h-index.