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Information in Scopus
Scopus provides detailed information about the journals it indexes, including those titles that are Open Access. Among the types of data included for a source are the following:
- Cite Score: average citations received per article
- SJR (SCImago Journal Rank): According to Scopus, this "measures weighted citations received by a serial. Citation weighting depends on subject field and prestige (SJR) or the citing serial."
- SNIP: Source Normalized Impact per Paper: measures actual citations received relative to citations exected
- Cite Score Tracker
- Cite Score Rank: where a journal ranks in citations compared to other journals in the field
Citation database. Includes the ability to do citation searching.
Source Details Screen
Once you choose Source and pick a journal, the default screen displays a wide range of journal metrics.
Citation Score Rank and Trend
The Scopus CiteScore Rank & Trend page shows where the journal you are interested in ranks when compared to other journals in the field.