journal impact factors

  title={journal impact factors},
  author={Christine Hoeffel},
  • C. Hoeffel
  • Published 1 December 1998
  • Medicine
  • Allergy
Rank-normalized journal impact factor as a predictive tool
  • G. Racki
  • Biology
    Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis
  • 2009
The application of the rank-normalized journal IF as a proxy of real citation frequency and, accordingly, as a predictive tool in the a priori qualification of recently published publications is a rational time- and cost-saving alternative to traditional informed peer review.
A bibliometric analysis of published research employing musculoskeletal imaging modalities to evaluate foot osteoarthritis
Objectives Temporal and global changes in research utilising imaging to assess foot osteoarthritis is currently unknown. This study aimed to undertake a bibliometric analysis of published research
Distribution of Article Citation Frequency, Citation Skew, and Impact Factor in Otolaryngology Journals.
  • A. Sedaghat
  • Medicine
    Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
  • 2022
Although citation skew exists, otolaryngology journals' overall portfolios of published works-not a small number of highly cited articles causing citation skew-likely predominate their impact factors (IFs).
Measuring Knowledge Production in Arabic Using Arcif: Statistical Indicators and Impact Factor
  • N. Al-Shorbaji
  • Business
    Higher Education in the Arab World: Research and Development
  • 2022
The weighted impact factor: the paper evaluation index based on the citation ratio
PurposeThis study distinguishes the academic influence of different papers published in journals of the same subject or field based on the modification of the journal impact
Significance of Variable Contributing Factors on Impact Factor of Clarivate Analytics Dental Journals
All four variables (Editorial board size, frequency of publication, status, and age of journals) were not correlated with the IF, and there was no statistically significant difference found on the IF based on all four factors.
Performance of China's journals indexed in SCIE: An evaluation based on megajournal metrics
This analysis, by viewing all China's SCIE journals as one megajournal, provides evidence that their performance has improved under the Chinese government's new policies, and further improving China's academic journals will require fundamental reforms of the traditional Chinese publishing system.