Scopus provides the journal’s CiteScore, which is calculated as the total citations made in the CiteScore year and the prior three years to content published in the CiteScore year and the prior three years, divided by the total number of items published by the journal in the CiteScore year and prior three years.
SNIP calculates a journal’s average citations from the SNIP year to items published in the prior three years, and divides the average by the citation potential in the journal’s subject area to account for variability between subject categories.
The SJR weighs incoming citations according to the prestige of the publications they come from. Total, weighted citations made in the SCImago year to content published in a journal in the prior three years are divided by the total number of items published by the journal in the prior three years.
Google’s h5-index is calculated by finding the h-index for articles in a publication over the last five complete calendar years, where h is equal to the number of articles over a five year period that have at least h citations each.
The h5-median is calculated by finding the median number of citations for the articles that comprise a publication’s h5-index.
Sources: Journal Citation Reports (Source Clarivate, 2022), Scopus®, 2020 release and Google Scholar.
Full text usage is the sum of PDF and HTML downloads from the journal platform during the prior calendar year.