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CiteScore 2022 update is live in Scopus!

on Thu, 06/08/2023 - 00:46

CiteScore metrics enrich the evaluation of serial titles and provide transparent data to help you measure the citation impact for journals, book series, conference proceedings and trade journals. This comprehensive, clear and current system of metrics for analysis can be accessed for free on Scopus.Enhance your assessment of journals, books, and conferences series with a comprehensive picture of the global scholarly publication landscape. CiteScore provides transparent metrics that enable well-informed publishing strategy, library collection development and benchmarking of journal performance. Based on Scopus’s comprehensive dataset: CiteScore is calculated for active titles rigorously screened and selected by independent Content Selection Advisory Boards (CSAB) for English and non-English language titles.

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What's new in CiteScore 2022?

  • More coverage with 28,100 active titles and 1,576 titles with first CiteScore
  • More open access titles: 5,922 titles of which 46 rank #1 in their categories
  • 333 subject categories: History is the largest subject area with 1,599 titles
  • 15,700 titles with CiteScore 2022 and no Impact Factor 2021. 720 of these titles are highly ranked in their area – top 10%
  • 20% of all titles are multilanguage, that is 5,600+ titles in over 50 languages
  • 1,066 titles saw their CiteScore increase 100% or more between 2021 and 2022

Click here for more information including the CiteScore 2022 Infographic

Did you know there were 9 elements of CiteScore metrics to define journal citation impact?


Release Date: 
June 7 2023