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Jun 09 2022

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CiteScore 2021 values are now available in Scopus!

The scientometric indicators of scientific publications for 2021 (SJR, CiteScore, SNIP) have been updated in the Scopus citation database. Accordingly, there have been updates to the journal quartiles and percentiles.

The scientometric indicators of scientific publications for 2021 (SJR, CiteScore, SNIP) have been updated in the Scopus citation database. Accordingly, there have been updates to the journal quartiles and percentiles.

The indicators are updated once a year. The next update is scheduled for June 2023.

The highest percentile of the journal and percentiles for individual subject categories (for which the publication is claimed in Scopus) can be viewed in the journal profile (go to the “Sources” section and enter the name of the journal or ISSN in the search field).

Over 15,000 titles have a CiteScore 2021 rating but no impact factor. Of these 15,000+ titles, 708 titles are ranked very high (in the top 10) in their subject area.

  • Comprehensiveness: CiteScore is available for all periodicals, not just journals. More than 26,000 titles included (13,000 more than the journal’s impact factor).
  • Current: CiteScore Tracker is updated monthly. New publications in Scopus usually receive CiteScores one year after they are included in Scopus.
  • Clarity: (transparency, simplicity, and ease of understanding): CiteScore offers complete transparency of the source data, as opposed to the opacity of JIF. Anyone can check the CiteScore value by clicking on the numerator (citations) and denominator (documents).
  • Free: Unlimited access (for Scopus subscribers and non-subscribers) to CiteScore poses no barriers to adoption.

Source: https://blog.scopus.com/posts/citescore-2021-value-are-now-live

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