Citation Count Filtering

This document describes what the feature "Citation Count" is and how it works. The number of times a paper has been cited is often used as an indicator of its quality. Sometimes, you may prioritize reading seminal papers that are highly cited. At other times, you might be interested in exploring lesser-known papers with few or even no citations. In both scenarios, the "Citation Count" feature can be helpful. This feature is located under the "Filters" section in the Keenious app.

The range you choose for the citation count will be reflected in the results list. For example, if you enter a minimum of 1000, the results list will only contain publications that have been cited 1000 times or more.

Keep in mind that the results list will still be ordered based on relevancy to your input text:

As you can see, the articles in the results list above all meet the filtering criteria (a minimum of 1000 citations). However, the most highly cited articles do not appear at the top of the list because they are not considered the most relevant to the input document.

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