Many journals offer alerting services. Use Ulrich's to identify journals of interest and to connect to their websites.
Incites Journal Citation Reports analyzes journal citation patterns to determine total cites, journal impact factor, impact factor without self cites, 5 year impact factor, immediacy index, citable items, cited half-life, citing half-life, Eigenfactor Score, and Article Incluence Score for journals in the sciences and the social sciences. Click Customized Indicators to choose specific indicators to view.
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Scopus - Provides these metrics: SNIP (Source-Normalised Impact per Paper), SJR (SCImago Journal Rank), and IPP (Impact per Publication) click on Browse Sources, search for a journal, click on the journal name in the search results. Select a journal to display journal details. The number of annual articles available will also display. To analyze and compare journals, choose the Compare Sources. You can compare up to ten journals.
Journal Metrics from Elsevier (Scopus) - Journal metrics calculated using Scopus data. Covers the 22K journals, as well as books, trade journals, and conference proceedings. Citescore looks at documents from a three year period and the citations received by those documents in the next year. The three year document total is then divided by the cited by count to get the CiteScore. Covers 2011-2016. Data available by subject categories. Video
SCImago Journal and Country Rank - is a free Web site that uses Scopus data to calculate SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) and Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP). The metrics compare to Web of Knowledge’s Impact Factor.
Google Metrics - Scholar Metrics currently cover articles published between 2012 and 2016, both inclusive. The metrics are based on citations from all articles that were indexed in Google Scholar in June 2017. This also includes citations from articles that are not themselves covered by Scholar Metrics.
Search eignefactor.org for Eigenfactor and Article Influence scores. The Eigenfactor score is based on five years of data and is calculated by taking the number of times articles from the journal published in the past few years have been cited in the Journal Citation Report year . Scores are scaled so the sum of all journal scores is 100.
The journal citation data for the Eigenfactor website come from Clarivate Analytics Journal Citation Reports (JCR). To be included on the Eigenfactor website, a journal either must be listed in the JCR or be cited in the last 5 years by a journal that is listed in the JCR. FAQ and Methodology