Q: What is citation score?

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As far as we know there is nothing like citation score. There is the CiteScore, which is a metric to help you track journal performance). Basically, it's a metric like impact factor, H-index, SNIP (Source Normalized Impact per Paper), or SJR (SCImago Journal Rank). CiteScore metrics include 8 indicators that monitor the citation impact of a journal by determining the number and percentage of citations and documents in any journal. These reflect on the impact of the journal.

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The errors you have mentioned seem to be very minor proofread errors. Generally speaking, such errors are not a big deal and can be fixed at the copyediting or page proofing stage. However, if you feel that these might create a poor impression on the editor (since you were expressly asked to do a language edit), you can send a polite email to the editor mentioning that a few minor proofread errors occurred due to oversight and attach the revised manuscript with the corrections.

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