CiteScore Journal Metrics

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CiteScore metrics are a free and transparent standard for measuring citation impact for journals indexed in Scopus. Calculated monthly within the first year after a journal is created, CiteScore averages the citations per document that a journal, book series, or conference proceedings receives over a three-year period. Use this database to view the ranking of a journal within various disciplines in terms of its citation impact.

Coverage: 2011 to present Access: Freely Available


JCR; Impact Factor; journal metrics; citation analysis

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