[A citation analysis of Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology]

Hua Yang, Ju Qiu
[Zhonghua Yan Ke za Zhi] Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology 2005, 41 (8): 758-62

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the academic level and the popularity of Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology by an analysis of the citation of this journal.

METHOD: According to the information of Chinese Medical citation Index (CMCI), we statistically analyzed the amount and distribution of the original papers in Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology cited by the journal included by CMCI.

RESULTS: The average of original articles cited by other researchers is 4.17, many articles had a high citation rate. The authors of these articles were from 32 provinces and/or municipalities. Beijing, Guangdong and Shanghai were in the front of ophthalmic research. There were 354 citing journals, and self-citing rate was 8.87%.

CONCLUSIONS: The Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology has published high quality articles, and has its own edition styles to keep its steady level of research. It is one of the most important information resources for the ophthalmology researchers and is one of the most important core medical journals in China.

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