SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities
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SDG 11 Publications 2018-2022
These results were collated using the SciVal analytics tool to map publications stored on the Scopus database to the SDGs. The graph above shows the total number of UCC publications identified as contributing to SDG 11; the total number of citations received for UCC SDG 11 publications; the average number of citations received per UCC SDG 11 publication; the average field-weighted citation impact of UCC SDG 11 publications (this indicates how the number of citations received by an article compares to the average or expected number of citations received by other similar publications); the percentage of international collaborations in UCC SDG 11 publications; the CiteScore (this indicates the percentage of publications in the top 10% of journals indexed by Scopus); and how SDG 11 ranks for the number of publications in UCC. It is important to note that this analysis is not wholly representative of all of our research community's publications, as the Scopus database does not cite all publications from all disciplines, particularly the disciplines of arts, humanities, social sciences and law. Figures correct as of 12th October 2023.