JCR - Journal Citation Reports
Lets users evaluate and compare journals using citation data drawn from over 8,400 scholarly and technical journals. They show the most frequently cited journals in a field, highest impact journals in a field, and the largest journals in a field.
Journal/Author Name Estimator (JANE)
Jane will then compare your document to millions of documents in Medline to find the best matching journals, authors or articles.
Journals indexed in MEDLINE® or other in NCBI databases
Journals indexed in MEDLINE® have been evaluated by the National Library of Medicine. Limit your NLM Catalog search to the subset of journals that are referenced in NCBI database records.
NYU HSL Citation Metrics Libguide
More information on journal impact factor, h-index for authors, citation tracking, and faculty bibliography.
Biomedical journal information includes: Impact Factors, Eigenfactors, time to acceptance, rejection rate submission criteria, editorial and submission information including phone numbers and email address, publication turnaround times, etc.
The open access (OA) movement is a recent transformation of traditional scholarly publishing seeking to eliminate or reduce the price and copyright barriers that deny access to information. There are two main models of OA publishing
...however, many traditional subscription-based journals have taken a "hybrid" approach - giving authors the option to make their article Open Access (terms & conditions may apply - see the journal's author or submission guidelines for details).
Publishers and journals categorized as "predatory" employ questionable practices with the goal of profiting from scientific research while ignoring academic and ethical standards for the publication of scholarly work.
Some common practices of these "predatory" journals include: