JCR – Journal Citation Reports (Web of Knowledge)

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Journal Citation Reports is a resource for journal evaluation, providing a systematic means of determining the relative importance of science journals within their subject categories. Impact factors drawn from over 12.000 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 means of determining the relative importance of science journals within their subject categories. Impact factors drawn from over 12.000 journals worldwide from the Science Citation Index and the Social Sciences Citation Index.

Renewed annually.

Tutorials on how to use the Journal Citation Reports are available at the JCR YouTube channel .

In line with the recommendations in the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) – signed by the VSNU, KNAW, NFU, ZonMw, and Maastricht University – it is strongly discouraged to use journal-based indicators, such as journal impact factors, in the evaluation of individual researchers, or individual articles.

Web of Science training

Tutorials on how to use the Journal Citation Reports are available at the JCR YouTube channel .

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