Metrics are embedded at the journal, document and author levels. All the metrics are designed to help with evaluation and creating more streamlined views of research.
Document-level metrics show how far reaching and impactful research is once published. Scopus pulls in data from PlumX Metrics as the primary source. Metrics include:
With these metrics, a user can do the following:
Journal-level metrics on Scopus will have:
Every journal overview page will contain these details:
Up to 10 sources can be reviewed and compared in a chart or table
Author metrics will allow:
Available author metrics will show:
CiteScore has eight indicators that offer views to analyze the publication influence. CiteScore metrics are available for 27,000+ active titles.