Journal Citation Reports (JCR) – New interface

In June 2021, a new  Journal Citation Reports (JCR) platform was introduced. Developed with the researcher in mind, the new platform is intended to deliver enhanced speed and accessibility, improved usability and new features and content.

JCR can help you:

– Identify journals with the highest citation impact in your field.

– Find the most influential journals in which to publish.

The classic JCR platform is due to be retired in early March 2022.

Some of the new features include:

  • Explore journals in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)™ and Arts & Humanities Citation Index (AHCI)™
    All journals in the Web of Science Core Collection™, including those in ESCI and AHCI, are now in the JCR – bringing journals in all 254 categories to the JCR for the first time.
  • New Journal Citation Indicator
    Evaluate journals with the newest metric, available for all journals in the JCR.
  • Browse Categories by Group
    Browse our JCR categories by broad groups, ensuring you don’t miss any categories relevant to your research area.
  • Improved Compare interface

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