Michael S. Rosenberg’s Laboratory

Computational Evolutionary Biology & Bioinformatics

E-mail: msr@asu.edu
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π-core citation rate

The π-core citation rate, or π-rate, is the ratio of the π-core citations divided by the number of publications in the π-core. It is simply the average number of citations per core publication.

$$\pi\text{-rate}=\frac{C^\pi}{P_\pi}=\frac{\sum\limits_{i=1}^{P_\pi}C_i}{P_\pi}=\frac{100\pi_\text{index}}{\mathrm{floor}\left(\sqrt{P}\right)}$$

History

Yearπ-rate
19971.0000
19984.5000
199913.5000
200015.0000
200125.7500
200243.0000
200364.0000
200477.8000
2005107.2000
2006142.8000
2007166.1667
2008203.3333
2009244.0000
2010287.0000
2011294.7143
2012315.2857
2013336.0000
2014364.8571
2015394.2857
2016401.3750
2017425.0000