Everything about the core metrics of the Scopus database

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The Scopus database is an information resource that helps scientists from around the world share their findings with their peers. The platform developers are constantly improving search, analysis, and other tools. They develop and add new metrics, which help evaluate the activities of a scientist, a journal. To cover this subject more extensively, the Scientific and Educational Centre at Scientific Publications – Publ.Science has prepared a new video about the scientometric indicators of the Scopus database. 

Everything about the core metrics of the Scopus database

Presenter: Yelyzaveta Bataieva – specialist of the Scientific and Educational Centre at Scientific Publications – Publ.Science.

After watching the video, you will learn about the following metrics

 - CiteScore

- Field-Weighted Citation Impact

- SNIP (Source-normalised impact per paper)

- SJR (SCImago Journal Rank)

- Altmetrics

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