Science topics: Journal Impact Factor
Journal Impact Factor - Science topic
A quantitative measure of the frequency on average with which articles in a journal have been cited in a given period of time.
Questions related to Journal Impact Factor
Here is the Excel sheet where you can find Impact factors for 5 years (2019-2023) of research articles.
The List will be updated from time to time with corrections.
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JOO is the leading Orthopaedic journal from Asia with a Cite Score of 2.5 and Impact Factor of 1.5 (https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/journal-of-orthopaedics). We shall be happy to include the interested researchers with an h-index of >10.
I am not able to find the impact factor of Oman Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review. Can anyone please help?
Asian Journal of Extension Education ISSN No. 0971-3115 Published by Maharashtra Society of Extension Education. I need the following information. If anyone has idea about how to calculate please provide me.
1. Scopus Cite Score:
2. Scimago Journal Ranking (SJR):
3. Resurchify Impact Score:
Hello, I have urgent need to publish a paper very soon (within 1 month and half) because I need to submit my thesis. I need to find a journal that is very fast in responding and accepting. It needs to be impacted. Many thanks.
Which journals with high impact factors can research on laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy be submitted to?
Is it ok to check Plagiarism multiple times using Turnitin or any other software?
Some of my friends said plagiarism checking was allowed only twice. If we check for plagiarism a third time, it will be considered plagiarism and the data will be stored in cloud while plagiarism. Is it true?
How many times I can check my research article for plagiarism using software?
I've seen this journal listed in the predatory journal list. But it has been included in the library of Purdue University, Indiana University, and also has impact factor of 3.1. I need confirmation on this issue.
When will the last updated list of impact factor 2023 of JCR journals be published? If anyone has it, please share.
Recently, the rejection rate is becoming alarming. The way people react when their papers are rejected seems not to be same when it happens in the opposite.
What are the main differences between publishing in high-scoring scientific journals and low-scoring or no points?
The scientist tries to publish in high-ranked places but he is not always able to publish in other journals, which are low-scoring or without points. It depends on the field in which it operates scientifically, how many scientific journals are scored in a given field and what are the requirements and limitations.
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I have made a study in the area of mobile advertising and my manuscript has around 15,000 words. I am trying hard to concise the word length but it is affecting the quality of my paper. Please recommend any good journal which has an impact factor above 2.0 and accepts articles up to 15,000 words.
I someone would like to publish their findings in a research journal means, how can we confirm whether the journal is SCI indexed, SCOPUS indexed or predatory journal?
is there any best method or site to confirm the same?
Please suggest me how to get a link or an invitation for contributing book chapters related to the topics like Agricultural Science, Agricultural Meteorology, Climate Change, Environmental Science, Sustainable Agriculture, Conservational Agriculture, Food Security etc. for the books published by well-respected science journals with high impact factor (as for example, Springer, Elsevier, MDPI etc.)
Does anyone know impact-factored journals that can accept case reports in dentistry? I'd like to know your recommendations. Thank you so much.
As most of us know, the reviewer recognition website PUBLONS was taken over by CLARIVATE (Web of Science) last year and, a few months ago, Publons was merged with WoS., thus factually disappearing.
What do you think about this new scenario? Are we reviewers sufficiently recognized in WoS website? I personally loved the fresh, clear and dedicated webpages from Publons, and I don't think WoS communicates reviewer recognition as straight and clear as Publons did.
I would like to hear your opinions about this matter and about how to improve reviewer recognition in general. What can be done to improve the public recognition of our contribution to the publishing process? Every publisher says our hidden work is "crucial" to science communication, however I am not sure we are rewarded as we deserve...
Publishing under a subscription with a high impact factor (3.0 and above) and Web of Science indexed (SCI/E) journal or Publishing in an open access and Web of Science indexed journal (SCI/E) with a low impact factor (below 3.0). If you were given these two options to choose from, which one will you opt for as an experienced researcher?
Why Research Square forces to researcher join the team? Its any useful? some papers online without acceptance in Research Square
Journals used to need to maintain very high quality requirements for a long time in order to be able to get an Impact Factor. But thanks to this new strategy of Clarivate, now ANY journal that has been indexed in the Emerging Sciences Citation Index database of Web of Science will get an Impact Factor in 2023.
This includes many journals that have become ESCI-indexed for a short time. Not to mention that many ESCI journals are mediocre at best, not even being indexed by Scopus or Pubmed Central. And now, all of such weak journals will get an Impact Factor!
The credibility of a journal may be assessed by examining several key factors:
- Where is it indexed? Is the journal included or indexed in the major bibliographic databases for the field?
- What is its publishing history? How long has the journal been available? ...
- Is it peer-reviewed?
- What is its impact factor?
Web of Science de-listed 82 journals from Hindawi, Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Wiley-Hindawi, AME Publishing, BMJ, MDPI, Sage, Springer, Springer, Heidelberg, and Wiley. It is shocking for those who published articles in those journals. When we were publishing our papers in those journals, these were Scopus indexed and had impact factors.
What can be the consequences for those articles that were published before in these de-listed journals?
Could you help me regarding Scopus WOS pharmacological journals with maximum month acceptance timeline which is freely or with low cost.
No matter the impact factor
Thanks in advance
I noticed that both FEE and Sustainability often publish very good articles. Both journals are Q1 and FEE has a good impact factor. However, I often come across discussions that Frontiers and MDPI are predatory publishers. Does anyone know whether it is the case?
What is the impact factor of Mediterranean Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences (MJBAS)? Does anybody know here?
I am Editor in Chief of a reputable international journal Current Medicinal Chemistry (Impact Factor 4.7) and am looking for Guest Editors who can submit thematic issues in important emerging areas in the field of Medicinal Chemistry. How do I go about doing that through ResearcgGate ?
I have seen some researchers who publish 4 to 5 articles per year but only in high impact factor journals (IF > 7.5) as well as many others who publish 20 to 30 articles per year inluding both the Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 journals as well as book chapters.
However, I would like to know the metrics on which a scientist is being recognised by his/her university to be qualified to receive grants and to become a Professor?
The responses are welcomed.
As we know, there exist a section called Abstracting/Indexing of a particular Journal where you can know whether the Journal is SCI/SCIE/ESCI/SCOPUS etc. But if the mentioned section is not listed there on the Journal home site, how do we know its Abstracting/Indexing? Please let me know if any alternatives are available.
I have received an email regarding publishing in Medicon Open Access Journals. Upon checking two particular journals had an Impact Factor of 1.2 average. However, upon checking both Clarivate and SCIMago I couldn't find any record of such journals. Can anyone give me more information on these journals?
Medicon Engineering Themes (ISSN: 2834-7218); IF - 1.222
Medicon Medical Sciences; IF - 1.193
We are planning to use free software (Quantum Espresso, VASP or others) because of budget cuts and inability to buy commercial packs. So can we publish these calculations along with the synthetic part for explaining the results obtained?
- Archives of Pediatrics mention that "All NIH Funded Articles will be Indexed in PubMed".
- If they are not really in PubMed, they must remove that information from their website.
- They must make the meaning of "Impact Factor: 2.02*" clear.
As there are varieties of journals depending upon their scope, stage, impact factor, rankings and so on, should Universities define the minimum standard requirements for the publication of research articles by their Professors? I mean, is it a good idea if University 'A' sets a clear policy that their faculties need not publish in any journals that are not in the ABDC/ABS list or that must be at least 'B' category under ABDC or 2* under ABS or, something like that? In case if someone wishes to contribute in other journals, an approval or notification to be provided to the University or something like that.
My curiosity here are two fold: First, will it facilitate for aiming big or rather discourage to attempt as well? or, Second, Will it create a chaos and the faculties maybe interested to switch the University for their freedom?
I look forward to your thoughts over it.
IF and SJR are two alternative ways to check any journal's quality. So, Why it happens that many of the journals with no impact factor or excluded from the IF list remain present in SJR? So can someone consider publishing in a journal that is present in the SJR list but not having IF? I have seen Q1-ranked journals of Elsevier with no IF, so what should be done in such cases?
I think a paper published in ‘IEEE Transactions’ having low impact factor has greater value than a paper published in a high impact factor SCI journal.
Do all the journals mention their impact factors ? If there is no mention of the impact factor, how to know the same ?
Many reputed journals are charging high processing fee from scholars. It becomes difficult for a young scholar to pay the high fee and remain in uncertainty. What is your opinion(s) on this fee?
I have written a review on "Explainable AI". In case my article is accepted in an open access impact factor journals (HEC W Categoy) and I have to pay article processing charges (APC) to support open access but I do not have enough funds available then what are the options to pay APC?
Looking for funding agencies / any individual who can financial support regarding APC on certain terms and conditions.