The number of citations measures the number of times a document has been cited by other scientific publications, within a given corpus and over a given period of time. This number, therefore, differs depending on the databases (Web of Science, Scopus, Google Scholar, PubMed, etc.), which do not have the same scope.
This is why we decided to propose in ORBi citations coming from different databases, in order to give a more accurate idea of the use that has been made of an article in terms of citations.
OpenCitations are now available for publications on ORBi in addition to the Scopus citations. You'll also find them in your publications reports for the articles concerned, along with a specific h-index in the bibliometric synthesis.
OpenCitations is only the first to join. Others will follow very soon !
Learn more: Metrics on ORBi