Journal Impact factor Based on Google Scholar Citation

Google Scholar is an alternative impact factor based on Google. It is the only publicly accessible database suitable for calculating journal metrics. Google Scholar is a trustworthy source with a broad scope.

Authors can quickly evaluate the popularity and impact of their recent scholarly publications using Google Scholar Metrics. Scholar Metrics collects recent citations from a wide range of publications to assist authors in deciding where to publish their new study.

Google Scholar's index of sources is much more comprehensive than that of Web of Science and Scopus, resulting in higher citation rates. Citations are a measure of impact, and because Google Scholar collects citations from a wide range of sources, it shows a broader impact. However, unlike Web of Science and Scopus, Google Scholar does not require strict refereed levels for referencing sources.

Nevertheless, it allows the application of metrics to a wider range of works, including academic papers. This, in turn, enables the creation of a database of these works, tracking their citations and the impact they make.

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