On the stability of citation-based journal rankings

@article{Pajic2015OnTS,
  title={On the stability of citation-based journal rankings},
  author={Dejan Pajic},
  journal={J. Informetrics},
  year={2015},
  volume={9},
  pages={990-1006}
}
The article presents a large-scale comparison of journal rankings based on seven impact measures: Impact Factor (2and 5-year), SJR, IPP, SNIP, H index, and Article Influence Score. Three aspects of ranking stability in the 2007–2014 period were analyzed: temporal, cross-discipline, and cross-indicator. Impact measures based on five-year citation windows enable more stable journal rankings over time. Journal rankings based on the source-normalized indicator (SNIP) have the largest cross… CONTINUE READING
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