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 metrics to help you evaluate journals.
Journals within a category are sorted in descending order by Journal Citation Indicator (JCI) resulting in the Category Ranking below. A separate rank is shown for each category in which the journal is listed in JCR. Data for the most recent year is presented at the top of the list, with other years shown in reverse chronological order.
|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 2021 (A)||38||10||48||2||96%|
|Number of References (B)||1647||848||2495||0||100%|
The total number of times that a journal has been cited by all journals included in the database in the JCR year. Citations to journals listed in JCR are compiled annually from the JCR years combined database, regardless of which JCR edition lists the journal.
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||64|
|2||Universiti Sains Malaysia||18|
|3||Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia||15|