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2011 Journal Impact Factors

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The 2011 Impact Factors from ISI Web of Science are now out. Here is the update list of some of the most common cell biology can cancer research journals.

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Journal Impact Factors 2010 – ISI and SJR

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UPDATE: The 2011 Impact Factors are out you can see them [here]

Here are the updated 2010 Impact Factors (Both SCImago SJR and ISI Web of Knowledge) for some of the more popular Cell biology Journals.

I have also included the raw data in a table below. Read More…

Journal Impact Factors 2009

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UPDATE: 2010 Impact Factors are now online.  You can grab the latest here

Here is a nice visual graph for the latest 2009 impact factors for the most popular cell biology journals. Hope you find it useful when looking for a place to publish your fantastic results. Read More…

Journal Impact Factors: SJR vs ISI Web of Knowledge

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UPDATE: 2010 Impact Factors are now online.  
You can grab the latest here
Journal Impact is/has become an ever important aspect to a researcher’s life.  Not only has publish or perish forged itself as a “law”, but continued existence is just as dependent on the quality of journal that your work gets published.  Unfortunately 2 lower publications are not worth the same as 1 higher ranked journal… nor are 5 Oncogenes equal to one Cell paper.  Regardless of if this system is correct, its our current reality, and therefore having a good visual guide to what a journals ranking is can be a huge help when preparing a manuscript. But which impact factor is the best one to go by ????

In the past the gold standard was the ISI Web of Knowledge, but now there is a new kid in town, the SJR journal & Country Rank, powered by Scopus. So which one is better? After taking a look through some of the more common journals for cell biology, I’m leaning towards the SJR, it seems to fit a bit more with my gut feeling of how good a journal is, although that is a highly unscientific measure. So I will let the graphs speak for themselves and let you decide which is better.

SCImago Journal & Country Rank powered by Scopus Impact factors

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