Answered By: Dominique Winn
Last Updated: Jul 27, 2017     Views: 6

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1. Journal Citation Reports (JCR) within Web of Science



2. Eigenfactor (ranks and maps scientific knowledge, FREE e-resource from University of Washington)

STEPS:

  • Go to eigenfactor.org
  • Search for a single journal name or choose a subject category.
  • Select a year.
  • Click Search.
  • table with numbers should appear


3. SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR)


STEPS:

  • Go to SJR
  • Activate link for "Journal Rankings"
  • Select Subject Area, e.g., Neuroscience
  • Select Subject Category, e.g., Molecular, behavioral, cognitive
  • Select other categories as needed and click Refresh.

Definition: Impact factor? 


This is one measure of the relative importance of a journal, an individual article or a scientist in its field.

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