Indicator developed by Elsevier that measures the impact of the citations received by the magazines included in Scopus. It can be consulted for free.

CiteScore calculates the promit number of citations received in a year divided by all articles published in the last three years. Includes all types of documents published in the journal except articles in press.

Examples: To determine the CiteScore of a magazine during the 2017, the citations received in the 2017 of all the documents published during the 2014-2016 are counted and divided by the number of articles published in the journal during the 2014-2016.


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It is published annually at the end of May. To view the monthly evolution, you can check CiteScore tracker.

Get access to the free version of Scopus Preview, select "source"and look for the title of the magazine.

Search the CiteScore of the magazine. If you select the title you can view the registration of the publication and more metrics such as its position within its category.

Last update: 05 / 02 / 2019