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Scientific journal database – the IC Journal Master List – contains currently over 8,000 journals from all over the world, including 700 journals from Poland. The journals registered in this database underwent rigorous, multidimensional parameterization, proving high quality. The Ministry of Science and Higher Education acknowledged the IC Journal Master List by placing it on the list of scored databases, for being indexed in IC JML journals get additional points in the Ministry’s evaluation process. Indexation in the IC Journal Master List database not only means additional points in the Ministry’s evaluation but also gives you international promotion and prestige. We encourage you to take advantage of our professional knowledge on Scientific Journals Evaluation. Thanks to the IC JML reports you can learn how to improve the editorial quality and score a higher position in the scientific journals rankings.
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Since 1940, Mathematical Reviews® (MR) has served researchers and scholars in the mathematical sciences by providing timely information on peer-reviewed articles and books. MathSciNet®, the electronic version of MR, presents a fully searchable database with many tools designed to help navigate the mathematical sciences literature.
The Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI) is to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals thereby promoting their increased usage and impact.DRJI supply champion has access to global-renowned content in all discipline areas including magazine and journal articles. We advocate, educate, and provide the central resource for indexing. DRJI encourages the participation of all persons, groups, and organizations interested in indexing and related methods of information retrieval.
Authors and research scholars normally want to obtain quantitative measures of journals' quality and to know how different journals compare as related to these measures. The Universal Imfact Factor, a number calculated annually for each scientific journal based on the average number of times its articles have been referenced in other articles, is not intended to be used to evaluate individual scientists, but rather as a measure of journal quality. The impact factor is used for comparing different journals within a certain field. The impact factor is dependent on discipline because of the speed with which papers get cited in a field.
Academic Journals Database
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