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Journal Impact Factor

  1. Oct 29, 2003 #1

    Monique

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    Where to find those? I thought it was on the ISI Journal Citation Report website, but I have been going around in circles without finding anything..

    How about citation finder?
     
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  3. Oct 29, 2003 #2

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    Actually, I think it is www.jcrweb.com and only institutions are allowed to view the page, me: "Your IP address is invalid for this session. You will need to establish a new session if you wish to continue." :(
     
  4. Oct 30, 2003 #3

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    I would ahve been pretty confident that ISI had it. I know it was through ISI that you find the most cited person etc.

    Give me a try....
     
  5. Oct 30, 2003 #4

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    Yes, I once used ISI to look up all the articles that cited a certain publications. It is pretty cool for looking up your own publication and see the impact its having..

    I couldn't find the tool, I guess a login is required.

    But Google comes to the rescue! :wink:

    The journal I was looking for was the American Journal of Human Genetics, which has an impact factor of about 10.6, Nature would be 30.4 (!), Nature Genetics 26.7, Human Molecular Genetics 9.0 etc
     
  6. Oct 30, 2003 #5

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    I would actually like to see a graph, with all the journals and see the distribution of the impact factor, what would the curve look like?
     
  7. Oct 30, 2003 #6

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    I found the most cited person page again. I couldn't find the journal impact thing though. I considered doing Google, but I assumed you would have already done that.
     
  8. Oct 30, 2003 #7

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    Most cited person, but how about just look up citated publications in general?
     
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