CiteScore is a new benchmark that helps you follow the journal’s performance and its citation impact.
CiteScore is a new benchmark that helps you follow the journal’s performance and its citation impact. This newly developed standard of the Elsevier provides a comprehensive, transparent, and up-to-date insight into the impact of journals. The impact level plays an important role in understanding the performance of a journal over time.
It is worth mentioning that the citation impact of a journal cannot be evaluated through one benchmark; therefore, it is essential to consider a set of criteria to make a sensible decision. Accordingly, we can consider other citation impacts of Elsevier in the Scopus metrics, including SNIP, SJR, CiteScore, and h-index, which provides an overview of the citation impact of more than 22,220 journal titles.
Citescore metrics are a set of eight complementary indicators that are listed below:
- CiteScore Tracker
- Citescore percentile
- Cite sscore quartiles
- Citescore rank
- Citation count
- Document count
- Percentage cite