Journal List with Impact Factor

Impact Factor is an important characteristic of the scientific journals. It is estimated by Information Science Institute (ISI). The impact factor of a journal is calculated by dividing the number of current year citations to the source items published in that journal.

When allocating grants for research projects the most important criteria considered by research foundations are the citations indexes of the project manager and the impact factors of journals previously publishing his work.

The citation process as well described in a review article prepared by the Scientific Electronic Library - the main purpose of the project was to establish a Russian Science Citation Index (V.V.Pislyakov, 2005). For example, If article 'A' quotes article 'B', then at least once in the text, 'A' must link to 'B'.

'J' Journal quoted 'I' magazine. For each usage from 'I' in articles from 'J' they must cite references from 'I'. Thus, if you see an article from another publication mentioned several times, this is one quote in the Citation Index.

  1. Springer Open Access Journals List 2015
  2. Quick Reference Guide with Journal Citation Reports
  3. List of journals receiving their first impact factor, presented in Journal Citation Reports® for 2013
  4. List of journal titles presented in Journal Citation Reports® for 2013
  5. List of journal titles in the section Arts and Humanities, presented in the Web of Science (2014)
  6. List of journal titles in the Social Sciences section, presented in the Web of Science (2014)
  7. List of journal titles presented in Journal Citation Reports for 2015
  8. Journal Citation Reports® Notices
  9. List of journals included in the Scopus citation database (as of June 2015)
  10. Kazakhstan journals for 2012-2014, reviewed and indexed by Kazakhstan citation base (KazBTs)
  11. Kazakhstan journals for 2015-2016, reviewed and indexed by the Kazakhstan citation base
  12. Register of accounting publications of employees of the Innovation University of Eurasia in scientific journals with impact factor included in the international citation databases Web of Science (Clarivate) and Scopus (Elsevier)
  13. Journal Impact Factor in Citation Databases
  14. Possibilities for using the Web of Science platform
  15. Using ScienceDirect and Scopus in the preparation of a scientific article and the selection of journals for publication
  16. Instructions for working with the Web of Science website 
  17. Scopus features for creating your CV, using bibliometric indicators and participation in scientific communication 
  18. Definition of quartile and percentile of scientific journal 
  19. Brief recommendations for authors on the preparation and execution of scientific articles in journals indexed in international scientometric databases