Google announced the release of 2022 version of Scholar Metrics to enhance the visibility and influence of scholarly publications. For the artificial intelligence subcategories, ICLR, NeurIPS, and ICML are the top three publications.
With Google Scholar Metrics, authors can easily assess the popularity and impact of recent works in scholarly publications. In order to assist authors as they decide where to publish their new study, Scholar Metrics compiles recent citations to a wide range of publications. Based on these citations and top publications’ h-index results, researchers can decide where to publish.
Users can start by browsing the top 100 publications in a number of languages, listed according to their five-year h-index and h-median criteria. Then clicking on a publication’s h-index number, users can read the articles and the citations that support the metrics, as well as see which articles in the publication were most frequently cited and by whom.
Journals from websites that adhere to Google’s inclusion criteria are included in Scholar Metrics. Publications with less than 100 articles published between 2017 and 2021 or publications with zero citations over this time period are excluded.
One can also search for publications in specific categories like Sustainable Energy, Public Health, Business, Economics & Management, etc. The search can be made more specific by further looking in the “subcategories” and then opting for one.