ISI Impact Factor
What is Impact Factor?
The Impact Factor (IF) of an Academic/Research journal is a measure which reflects the average number of citations to the recent articles published in the particular journal. Impact Factor indicates the relative importance of a journal within a subject area. In other words, Journals with higher Impact Factors deemed to be more important than have better quality standards compared to those with lower ones. The impact factor is directly proportional to the speed with which papers published in the past issues of the Journal get cited by different authors in their work.
Importance of ISI Impact Factor
The ISI Impact Factor(ISI-IF) provides a quantitative and qualitative ranking for evaluating the journals for excellence. This factor is used for evaluating the prestige of journals.
The ISI Impact Factor(ISI-IF) is a measure which reflects the average number of citations to articles published in the journals, books, patent document, thesis, project reports, news papers, conference/ seminar proceedings, documents published in internet, notes and any other approved documents.
ISI-Impact Factor is a measure of the relative importance of a particular journal within its scope of subject field, with journals of higher journal impact factors deemed to be more important than those with lower ones. ISI Impact factors are calculated in yearly/half- yearly/ Quarterly/Monthly for the Journals based on the requirement by publisher of the Journal.
Apply for ISI Impact Factor
The publishers of all International and National Level Academic/Research Journals may apply for ISI Impact Factor by furnishing the following data to firstname.lastname@example.org
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