At the end of 2016 Elsevier launched CiteScore, a new metric based on Scopus data. They key aspects of CiteScore are:
• It uses a three-year citation window – so, citations in 2016 to documents published in 2013/2014/2015.
• It includes all available document types
Normally citation metrics are released on an annual basis. The CiteScore Tracker allows researchers to track citation metrics for journals with monthly updates so you can see how citations for a journal are building over the year, giving a more current way of tracking citation performance.
You can also see exactly which documents and which citations are included in the calculation.
More information and the full listing of journals is available at

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