JCR Web impact factors for 2015 have now been published!

impact-factor-thomson-reuters-jcrThomson Reuters have just announced the 2016 update of its Journal Citation Reports (JCR). These reports are the world’s most influential resource for evaluating peer-reviewed publications and the source of annual journal metrics, including the Journal Impact Factor.

With this new release, more than 11,000 journals in 81 counties receive their Journal Impact Factor.

The Journal Citation Reports provides an assessment of a journal’s standing in scholarly literature through the objective evaluation of quantifiable, statistical information. The analysis comprises citation data, impact and influence metrics, and millions of cited and citing journal data points from the Web of Science, the industry’s leading citation indices in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities.

The University of Adelaide Libraries subscribe to the reports, so you can access the latest data now!

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