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Citation Indexing and Impact Factors
Scopus is a good database to check for citations. You can search by author and affiliation "Lawrence Technological University". Remember, SCOPUS only picks up articles in scholarly journals, and many proceedings, but usually not books or chapters of books.
To determine the impact factor of articles an author has published, check the boxes for the citations you are interested in, then click on "View Citation Overview" in the menu bar
Use the ANALYTICS bar to explore the impact factors of the journal you are considering. Find titles, drag and drop them into the box, then compare: the chart will superimpose the data.
SCOPUS This link opens in a new windowSearch by author - last name and affiliation - lawrence technological
Cabell's Scholarly Analytics This link opens in a new windowProvides Altmetrics of how many times an article is cited on average for the publlication
Journal metrics in Scopus:
Determine author impact and journal impact metrics.
In Scopus --
- Do an author search
- Select the appropriate citations or check the "all" box and click Show Documents (to review the citations)
- Click View Citation Overview (if you don't want to review the citations, go directly to the overview page from the results list)
- The h number is just above the box on the right. There is also a clickable graph.
SCI (SCImago Journal Rank) and SJR (Source Normalized Impact per Paper).