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Since the end of the 1980s, citation impact values -especially for evaluative purposes-are increasingly presented as fieldnormalized citation scores than as bare citation counts or citation rates. In rather popular variants of the scores, the average score over a publication year is not exactly one due to multiple Web of Science subject categories per paper. We propose a scaling method which introduces slight changes in the field-normalized scores of each paper that ensures that the averagedoi:10.3145/epi.2016.ene.02 fatcat:jmohqzhuozbrpihngj6awka3ey