ORCID would have a graphic of publication per year as well as a graphic for citation per year with the H index

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    Gabriela Mejias

    Thank you for your suggestion.

    We have marked this iDea as declined as it does not align with the mission of ORCID at present.

    ORCID does not provide an h-index or citation count. The focus of ORCID is not looking at research impact, but identifying your research outputs. ORCID's goal is to solve the name ambiguity problem in research and scholarly communications by creating a central registry of unique identifiers for individual researchers. That's the sixteen digit identifier you got when you registered for an ORCID record, and that identifier will be linked to your articles, grants, and other researcher output. While these outputs can be listed on your ORCID record, we don't gather information about the impact or citations of these items.

    For citation counts, you can look into other tools which focus on citations such as Scopus, Altmetrics, or ImpactStory.

    Kind regards,
    ORCID Community Team

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