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In Google Scholar, I can view the number of citations of each article, but this includes self-citations. Is there a way to view the number of non-self citations?

In this tweet from 2019, the author suggests a way to calculate this number for a specific article. But is there a way to do this automatically for all my articles?

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The Scopus tool ("h-graph") allows one to turn self-citations on or off for a given scholar if you have access (my institution provides access to the full tool after linking them with Elsevier).

https://www.scopus.com/freelookup/form/author.uri

Note that the total citation count will differ from Google Scholar, even if the profiles are aligned as to which publications count.

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  • Great tool! But I do not see there a way to count the non-self-citations of individual papers. Dec 15, 2020 at 21:03
  • I don't know. For an individual paper, maybe you can count manually. Dec 16, 2020 at 12:45

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