What paper has most citations?
The most cited work in history, for example, is a 1951 paper2 describing an assay to determine the amount of protein in a solution. It has now gathered more than 305,000 citations a recognition that always puzzled its lead author, the late US biochemist Oliver Lowry.
What is a good amount of citations?
With 10 or more citations, your work is now in the top 24% of the most cited work worldwide; this increased to the top 1.8% as you reach 100 or more citations. Main take home message: the average citation per manuscript is clearly below 10!
Why do Google Scholar Citations go down?
Google scholar will drop citations obtained from articles whose hosting websites no longer exist, and sometimes will remove erratic self-citation. Also, some authors do not use consistent name formats, which means a citation that belongs to another author might be attributed to you.
How do I manually add citations in Google Scholar?
Click the “Add article manually” link in the left-hand navigation bar. On the next page, add as much descriptive information about your article, book, thesis, patent, or other publication as possible. The more metadata you add, the better a chance Google Scholar has of finding citations to your work.
How do you tell if it is a scholarly source?
The term scholarly typically means that the source has been “peer-reviewed,” which is a lengthy editing and review process performed by scholars in the field to check for quality and validity. To determine if your source has been peer-reviewed, you can investigate the journal in which the article was published.