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Citation Metrics: Journals: Scopus: Home

Scopus

Analyzing Journals Using Scopus:

  1. Go to Scopus and click on Sources on top menu.

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  2. Enter the journal title that you want to analyze. You can also search by ISSN and publisher. If you wish, you can also use Browse Sources to search for journals by subject area.
  3. Click the Search button to retrieve a list of journal titles.
  4. Select the title of the journal you want to analyze by clicking on it. Add more titles if you want to compare journals. You can add up to ten journals.

 

Scoups Journal metrics

Source details page lists basic source information and journal metric scores for Scopus journals, book series, conference proceedings, and trade publications. Title, subscription, and publishing information appears at the top of every source information page. You also have the option to set up alerts, access the source's home pave, plus view metric scoring for the source.

View  Scopus Journal Metrics: Journal metrics allow you to directly compare journals, regardless of their subject classification. CiteScore, SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) , SNIP (Source Normalized Impact per Paper).

CiteScore tab: CiteScore calculates the average number of citations received in a calendar year by all items published in that journal in the preceding three years.

CiteScore rank & trend tab provides a view of the source's rank and percentile for each subject category that it belongs to.

Scopus content coverage tab provides detailed information regarding Scopus use of a source and what content is included for you as a Scopus content subscriber.