Percentage of publications assigned as Hot Papers in ESI; the top 0.1% by citations for field and age.
This indicator shows the number of hot papers for an entity (author, institution, country, and journal) divided by the total number of documents produced by the given research entity times 100.
This indicator shows the number of ESI highly cited papers for an entity (paper, author, institution, country, journal and field) divided by the total number of documents produced by the given entity, represented as a percentage. It is a measure of excellence and can show what percentage of an institutions output is among the most impactful papers in the world.
The Highly Cited Papers indicator shows the volume of papers classified as highly cited in Essential Science IndicatorsSM (ESI). ESI is a separate service also hosted on the InCites platform and should not be confused with the subject schema of the same name.
Highly cited papers are the top one percent in each of the 22 ESI subject areas per year. They are based on the most recent 10 years of publications. Highly Cited Papers are considered indicators of scientific excellence and top performance. You can use these indicators to benchmark research performance against field baselines worldwide. Although Highly Cited Papers are synonymous with % Documents in the Top 1% in InCites, they differ in subject schema, time period, and document type.
Most cited organizations that are therefore included in ESI.