- Tool for evaluation of a journal's citation impact
- Inlcudes a selection of circa 7 600 journals
- The indicator used is Journal Impact Factor (JIF), based on the citation frequency of the journal.
- JCR also lists the the journals' Eigenfactor, developed by the University of Washington in a non-commerical research project. Based on the same data as JIF, but calculated by a method similar to Google Page Rank.
- A tool for comparing journals' impact.
- Indicators used are SJR and SNIP.
- Read more: SNIP & SJR - a new perspective in journal metrics
- Part of a project aimed at evaluating research in Norway
- Two levels: 1 (scholarly) and 2 (leading scholarly)
- Developed by SCImago, a research group from University of Granada, Extremadura, Carlos III (Madrid) and Alcalá de Henares
- Journals and country rankings
- Based on data from Scopus database
- Uses a method similar to Googles PageRank.
- Developed by University of Washington
- Journals ranking and cost comparisons
- Uses data from ISI Web of Science
- Uses a method similar to Googles page rank
- Developed by Anne-Wil Harzing, University of Melbourne
- Software for citation analyses
- Based on Google Scholar
- Publishers' policy for self archiving and copyright
How to choose a journal?
Evaluating a journal (as a potential for publishing an article)
Tips from LiU E-Press
Journal Impact Factor (JIF):
Scopus Journal Analyzer:
Last updated: 2012-03-17