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Citations received by articles and reviews from research institutes and non-academic hospital
average number of citations from y+1 to y+3 and average of sum of IPP's y+1 to y+3
|Number of documents||3,444.0||3,514.0||3,924.0||4,655.0||5,247.0||5,532.0|
|Average numbers of citations received from y+1 to y+3||12.8||12.6||12.0||13.3||13.5||12.4|
|Average of the sums of IPP's from y+1 to y+3||8.7||9.1||9.2||--||--||--|
Average number of citations received by articles and reviews authored by researchers affiliated with an institute or a non-academic hospitals. Citations are counted over a three years period following the publication year. Conference papers are not included.
Two measures are given: the average number of citations received during the period y+1 to y+3 and the average of the sums of the 'impact per paper' (IPP) over this three year period. The IPP measures the ratio of citations in a year (Y) to scholarly papers published in that journal during the three previous years (Y-1, Y-2, Y-3) divided by the number of scholarly papers published in those same years (Y-1, Y-2, Y-3) in the journal.
Citations received by documents published in 2014 are a preliminary result since the number of citations received during 2017 may still vary as the database is updated.
Source: Belgian Science Policy, Elsevier's Scopus bibliometric database.