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SCImago journal rank

The SCImago journal rank (SJR) metric measures the 'prestige' of a journal by both counting the number of citations a journal receives and the importance of the other journals in which those citations appear. It is inspired by Google's PageRank algorithm. It is a size-independent indicator and it ranks journals by their 'average prestige per article' and can be used for journal comparisons in science evaluation processes.

SCImago Journal & Country Rank

    SCImago Journal & Country Rank
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SCImago Journal & Country Rank

SCImago calculates journal ranking metrics based on both citations for a journal and the prestige of the journals where those citations appear, inspired by Google's Page Rank algorithm. These rankings can help with journal comparisons.

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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.