- "Relational" indicator, similar to Google's PageRank, which measures the overall influence of the Journal Citation Report (JCR) magazines. Calculate the level of citations received by a magazine in an established period (citations received by the articles published in the 5 last years in the present year), depending on whether citations come from more or less quoted magazines and therefore more or less influential
It is considered that a magazine is more influential if it receives citations from other miscellaneous magazines.
Article influence score
- It measures the average influence of a journal article in the 5 following years after its publication and is calculated based on the Eigenfactor, that is, dividing the Eigenfactor of a magazine by the number of articles published by the magazine .
Both metrics are based on data from the JCR (Science Citation Index Expanded - SCIE and Social Science Citatoin Index - SSCI) and excludes data from magazines and proceedings from (the Arts and Humanities Citation Index, the Conference Proceedings Citation Index, the Book Citation Index and the Emerging Sources Citation Index).