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Google Scholar  has applied the h-index to journals and uses an h5 index to look at the last 5 calendar years of a publication's output. They also list their top 100 English language journals.

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The Journal Title Database includes all the journal to which we subscribe, plus many open access journals that anyone can access. You can search by the specific title of a journal or its standard number (ISSN). It does not include individual articles within those journals. To find a known article using its citation, use the Citation Linker form. To find articles on a topic, use Summon or another database from the Subject Guides.