Journal Metric Values

2014 Metrics for SNIP, SJR and IPP.

In this section you can find the entire collection of journals covered by Scopus (currently the largest database of academic literature with 21,900 journals from 5,000 publishers) along with their SNIP, IPP and SJR metrics going back to 1999.

Download the entire dataset 1999-2015 (June 2016)

Journal Metrics archive

Due to the fact that journal metrics are calculated from Scopus, the journal metric values cannot be fixed in time. Scopus is dynamic: it shows citations per document in real time and is continuously updating historical content, in addition to new content as it comes out. As a consequence, when the values are published, they will take all the historical updates into account as well. This means that with each data refresh, all values (current and previous years) are recalculated and refreshed. This is good if you want up-to-the-minute values, but can make it difficult to validate quoted values.

While we believe that reporting the current state of the database to be more transparent, we also realize that reports have been created based on previous metric sets. For this purpose historical datasets are maintained in this archive thus allowing for validation of past values.

Also, since 2012 SNIP and SJR values are being calculated using a modified algorithm. Read more on these changes on the about journal metrics pages

Download the archive datasets:

Download the entire dataset 1999-2014 (June 2015)

Download the entire dataset 1999-2013 (November 2014)

Download the entire dataset 1999-2013 (October 2014)

Download the entire dataset 1999-2013 (July 2014)

Download the entire dataset 1999-2012 (September 2013)

Download the entire dataset 1999-2011 (October 2012)

Download the entire dataset 1999-June 2011 (November 2011)

Download the entire dataset 1999-2010 (July 2011)

Download the dataset (September 2010)

Download the first dataset (January 2010)

One of the best ways to learn how these metrics work is by experimenting with the data. If you still have questions, you can visit our Resource Library and/or consult our FAQs.