This Guide can be used for determination of different Bibliometric metrics and contains detailed examples and explanations on citation analysis.
Bibliometrics is a quantitative evaluation of publication and citation data.
The most commonly used metrics are:
Journal Impact Factor
The most commonly used bibliometrics tools:
Web of Science
Publication and citation data can be used alongside other forms of measurement and assessment of research activity, for example:
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A complete list of the titles covered in this year's JCR
is available at the journals in JCR. A list of journals receiving their first Impact Factor is
available at New journals.
CiteScore are a comprehensive, current and free metrics
for serial titles in Scopus. For more information, please click Search or browse a source and see the new metrics
JCR module within InCites allows to evaluate & compare journals using citation data drawn and technical journals and conference proceedings. JCR includes all specialties in the areas of science, technology, and social sciences. For Additional information about Data updates, Expanded Metrics and New Features.
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