Quick Reference : Journal Citation Reports

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The citing half-life identifies the number of years from the current year that account for 50% of the cited references from articles published by a journal in the current year. Used together with the Cited Hal-Life, this number aids the evaluation of editorial policies.

This graph shows the distribution by cited year of citations to articles published in the selected journal.

This graph shows the distribution by cited year of citations from current year articles in the selected journal.

Source Data Table
The Source Data table provides information regarding the number of review articles versus original research articles that are published by a particular journal. This number also includes the number of references from a journal were not processed for inclusion in the citation indexes.
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