Citation Count is the number of times that this paper has been cited by other published papers in the database.
The Altmetric Attention Score is a weighted count of all of the online attention Altmetric have found for an individual research output. This includes mentions in public policy documents and references in Wikipedia, the mainstream news, social networks, blogs and more. More detail on the weightings of each source and how they contribute to the attention score is available here.
The Relative Citation Ratio (RCR) indicates the relative citation performance of an article when compared to other articles in its area of research. A value of more than 1.0 shows a citation rate above average for this group, when defined by the subject area citation rates of the articles that have cited it. The RCR is normalized to 1.0 for all articles.
The Field Citation Ratio (FCR) is an article-level metric that indicates the relative citation performance of an article, when compared to similarly-aged articles in its subject area. A value of more than 1.0 indicates higher than average citation, when defined by FoR Subject Code, publishing year and age. The FCR is calculated for articles published in 2000 and later.
The recent citations value is the number of citations that were received in the last two years. It is currently reset at the beginning of each calendar year.
Patent citations is the number of times that this record has been cited by other published patents. Patents may be registered in several offices, and this may effect patent citation data.