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JCR – Journal Citation Reports (Web of Knowledge)

Impact factors drawn from over 7.500 journals worldwide from the Science Citation Index and the Social Sciences Citation Index. Journal Citation Reports is a resource for journal evaluation, providing a systematic and objective means of determining the relative importance of science journals within their subject categories.

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Impact factors drawn from over 7.500 journals worldwide from the Science Citation Index and  the Social Sciences Citation Index. Journal Citation Reports is a resource for journal evaluation, providing a systematic and objective means of determining the relative importance of science journals within their subject categories.

Annually renewed.

Enables you to sort journals by journal title or subject category.

You should select the appropriate edition first: Science (default) or Social Sciences, before searching for impact factors.

Learn about the Impact Factor: how is it calculated and how to find and rank a category of journals (introductionary online training  by Thomson Reuters (5.48 min)).

More information about the JCR Immediacy index can be found in this online tutorial  by Thomson Reuters (3.03 min).

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