Answered By: Leanne Galletly Last Updated: Jul 22, 2021 Views: 1
Citations link to the repository copy similarly to any online database, and the deposited version will include all the citation information for the original publication, which will remain the official citation information. Research suggests that open access articles have higher citation rates. The total citation count of an article may vary depending on who is calculating them. For example, Google Scholar tries to collapse citation counts for different versions of a work, whereas other tools may treat different versions separately.