More than 23,350 source titles covering 330 disciplines are ranked across eight indicators which are part of CiteScore Metrics. The primary CiteScore metric is calculated by dividing the number of citations received in a given year from publications in the three preceding years, by the number of publications in the three preceding years. With free access to CiteScore Metrics’ underlying data, values can be recalculated by anyone, offering transparency to researchers, publishers and the wider academic community. In addition, and acknowledging the potential of every document type to cite and be cited, all document types in Scopus are counted in the calculation of the CiteScore Metrics.
One of the largest increases is for the journal Applied Materials Today, achieving a CiteScore value of 9.90.
“The CiteScore of Applied Materials Today is another demonstration of the high level of impact the journal is having, and the support the community is providing for the journal,” commented the Publisher of Applied Materials Today, Dr Stewart Bland, “I’m delighted to see the journal continue to grow from strength to strength, continuing to publish the most cutting edge original research and reviews on the latest developments.”
Other CiteScore highlights include Biomaterials at 9.17, Carbon at 6.75, Materials and Design at 5.13, and Nano Energy at 13.05.
CiteScore Metrics are part of a collection of research metrics, Elsevier’s “basket of metrics”, available on Scopus. Other metrics include journal, author, institutional, and article-level metrics captured in PlumX Metrics (covering citations, social media mentions and coverage in mainstream media), supporting a holistic view of research performance.
Applied Materials Today is open for the submission of full length original research articles, short communications and reviews. To find out more about other journals, visit the publications page.
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