The Journal Citation Indicator (JCI) is the average Category Normalized Citation Impact (CNCI) of citable items (articles & reviews) published by a journal over a recent three year period. The average JCI in a category is 1. Journals with a JCI of 1.5 have 50% more citation impact than the average in that category. It may be used alongside other metric to help you evaluate journals.
Journal within a category are sorted in descending order by Journal Citation Indicator (JCI) resulting in the Category Ranking below. A separate rank in shown for each category in which the journal is listed in JCR.
|JCR YEAR||JCI RANK||JCI QUARTILE||JCI PERCENTILE|
This tile shows the breakdown of document types published by the journal. Citable Items are Articles and Reviews. For the purposes of calculating JIF, a JCR year considers the publications of that journal in the two prior years.
|ARTICLES||REVIEWS||COMBINED (C)||OTHER DOCUMENT TYPES (D)||PERCENTAGE|
|Number In JCR Year 2020 (A)||83||2||85||2||98%|
|Number of References (B)||2792||130||2922||0||100%|
The total number of times that a journal has been cited by all journals included in the database in the JCR year.
The Eigenfactoy Score is a reflection of the density of the network of citations around the journal using 5 years of cited content as cited by the current year.
|1||Universiti Putra Malaysia||104|
|2||Universiti Teknologi MARA||30|
|3||Universiti Sains Malaysia||27|