- 1: Home
- 2: What It Is & Why Use
- 3: CWTS Journal Indicators
- 4: EigenFACTOR
- 5: Google Scholar Metrics
- 6: SCImago Journal & Country Rank
- 7: Publish or Perish + Google Scholar
- 8: Journal Citation Reports
- 9: Other Tools: Acceptance/Rejection Rates
- 10: Other Tools: Web of Science
- 11: Issues & Limitations
- 12: Important to Remember
MyRI: Journal Impact Metrics & Ranking
The MyRI (Measuring your Research Impact) online guide has 3 modules.
This is the Journal Impact Metrics & Ranking module.
This module highlights the main journal metrics used to evaluate journals. It looks in detail at journal metrics and journal ranking tools available at SDSU. Click on the left hand tabs for a summary of the main differences for each tool. The information contained in each tab is divided under the headings listed below. A printable list of the tools is available (will open in a new window).
- About (including link to the tool)
- Key metrics
- Number of titles ranked
- Dataset used
- Distinctive features
- More information
Other MyRI modules available:
Track Your Research Impact focuses in detail on the use of the main bibliometric tools (and resources) available to track and assess research performance at individual, departmental, institutional and country level.
Altmetrics includes emerging tools and metrics based on the Social Web for analyzing, and informing scholarship. Metrics include new methods of scholarly communication (datasets, slide shares, blogs, reference management libraries, tweets, datasets, etc).
This guide includes material from MyRI: Measuring your Research Impact and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.