Advanced metrics are a broad category of advanced indicators that can be utilized for in-depth impact analysis. These are not "ready-made" metrics, and require some specialized knowledge to calculate.
Analyzing patterns of citation and publication data can paint a detailed picture of a researcher's impact
Examples of Advanced Metrics
Normalized Percentile: Expresses the citation count of a publication or group of publications as a percentile rank against other publications from the same discipline and year (e.g. The citation count for Article X is in the 90th percentile when compared with other articles published in the same discipline and year).
Collaboration Networks: A visual representation of the authors, institutions, funding agencies, etc. that a researcher, or group of researchers. has collaborated with. Can be paired with citation-based metrics to identify the most successful collaborations.