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Help With Citation Analysis

The Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library provides access to a number of resources to help you analyze citations:

  • Scopus
    • Click "Analytics" on the blue ribbon above the search bar
    • You can get SJR and SNIP values (see "Journal Impact" tab) for journals and create charts comparing different titles
  • Web of Science
    • Click "Additional Resources" tab at the top of the page
    • Select "Journal Citation Reports" to get access to citation data
  • Quantifying Scholarly Research Impact guide
  • Reference & Instruction Librarian Tom Harrod's guide contains tips on calculating an author- and journal-level metrics (H-index, G-index, Eigenfactor, Scimago Journal Rank, and others) and a case study of two authors.
  • iCite​ 
    • iCite offers bibliometric information for journal articles included in the PubMed Database.  The Relative Citation Ratio (RCR) is a metric provided NIH that reflects a citation-based measure of scientific influence. Search by author name, title, or MeSH keyword or input a list of PubMed IDs. 

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