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JANE is easy to use tool for finding journals that might be a good fit for your manuscript. Just enter the title and/or abstract of the paper in the box, and click on “Find journals.” Jane will then compare your document references in Medline to find the best matching journals. Article and author searches are also available. Open Access publications are highlighted.
From Web of Science, Manuscript Matcher helps you find journals related to the topic of your manuscript. Just enter the title and abstract of your paper. Manuscript Matcher will compare your document to articles indexed in Web of Science to find the best matching journals.
EndNote users can access Manuscript Matcher in EndNote Online.
PubsHub helps researchers and clinicians decide where to publish. 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. Conference information includes: meeting frequency, dates and locations, sponsorship and whether abstracts are published.
Helps researchers identify trusted journals and publishers for their research. Through a range of tools and practical resources, this international, cross-sector initiative aims to educate researchers, promote integrity, and build trust in credible research and publications.
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.
Includes virtually all areas of science, technology, and social sciences. Updated annually.
Scholarly metrics attempt to measure the impact of an article, author or journal. Metrics can help make decisions about where to publish and in seeking mentors and collaborators. This Research Guide describes various forms of metric, their uses, as well as advantages and disadvantages.
Faculty Opinions (formerly F1000 Prime) identifies and recommends important articles in biology and medical research publications. Articles are selected by a peer-nominated global 'Faculty' of the world's leading scientists and clinicians who then rate them and explain their importance. From the numerical ratings awarded, we have created a unique system for quantifying the importance of individual articles.
The Office of Grant Support assists the Yeshiva University community with grant and research-related matters including funding sources, guidelines, collaborations, editorial support, and basic grantsmanship.
SPIN (Sponsored Programs Information Network) is a database produced by Infoed International, Inc. and contains comprehensive profiles of thousands of national and international funding opportunities from government and private sources.