Document-level metrics quantify the reach and impact of published research. Scopus integrates data from PlumX Metrics as the primary source of its article-level metrics, along with traditional measures (such as citations) to present a richer and more comprehensive picture of an individual article’s impact.
With Scopus document metrics, you can:
FWCI (field-weighted citation impact) considers variations in research and citation behavior across disciplines and facilitates benchmarking among disciplines.
It is the number of citations received by a document divided by the expected number of citations for similar documents in the same field of research.
Citation benchmarking calculates how citations for this article compare with the average for similar articles in the same field.