Other scientometric indicators
Other scientometric indicators reflecting various aspects of the publication activity of authors and organizations:
Impact Factor (Impact Factor) - a formal numerical indicator of the importance of a scientific journal. It shows how many times each article published in the journal is cited on average during the two following years after the release. Also, there is a five-year impact factor (5-Year Impact Factor).
The i-index is an immediacy index, or an index of immediate citing, showing how quickly articles published in the journal become known in the scientific world.
The g-index is an index for measuring scientific productivity, calculated on the basis of bibliometric indicators, proposed in 2006 by Leo Egg. Calculated on the basis of the distribution of citations obtained by the publications of the scientist.
Other calculated indicators: the total number of citations, the percentage of publications in Russian and foreign journals, the Hirsch index excluding self-citations, etc.