Dimensions is a discovery and analytics platform that provides article-level metrics for more than 90 million publications. Click in the search box on the page that opens from the link above. Click 'Abstract Search' in the lower right corner of this box. Copy and paste your abstract into the search box and run the search. On the results page, select 'Analytical Views' in the column on the right. In the expanded box, click 'Source Titles' to view the journals in which articles that best matched your abstract were published.
Elsevier is one of the largest publishers of peer-reviewed journals in all disciplines. This free tool uses the title and abstract of your manuscript to find the Elsevier journal(s) that would be the best match for your work.
Manuscript matcher, a feature in EndNote online, uses Web of Science data to suggest journals based on the title, abstract and references of your article. Anyone can create an online EndNote account, which can be synced with the desktop version of EndNote. Once you sign in to your online account, look for 'Match' in the menu at the top.
Free tool that helps researchers evaluate journals. Paper Match feature offers journal recommendations based on your manuscript's title, abstract and/or keywords. Informational page for each journal lists its aims and scope, Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP), acceptance rate, submission and publication charges, when available, responsiveness and speed of publication. 'Verified' journals have been verified by third party indexes as recognized, reputable journals in their field.
Detailed information about ~11,000 journals in 18 disciplines, including biological sciences, health administration, nursing, and psychiatry. Provides the Cabells Classification Index, which shows how much influence a journal has in a discipline; and difficulty of acceptance, which shows how hard it is to publish in a particular journal. Cabells' Journal Blacklist uses objective criteria to evaluate journals for potential predatory practices. Each journal on the list has a detailed report identifying violations. These criteria provide a useful framework for anyone evaluating a journal.
COPE provides advice to editors and publishers on all aspects of publication ethics, in particular how to handle research and publication misconduct. COPE members are expected to follow a code of conduct for journal editors. Search 'Member' page for journal or publisher.
Directory of peer-reviewed open access journals. Journals must apply to be included in this directory. Journals that adhere to an exceptionally high level of publishing standards are awarded the DOAJ Seal.
Small group of medical journal editors that work to improve the quality of medical research and its reporting. Check that your journal or publisher follows ICMJE's Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals.
OASPA develops business models, tools and standards for open access publishers. Publishers must apply for membership to this organization, and are expected to adhere to set criteria. View 'Member' page for complete membership list.
Ulrichsweb™ is the authoritative source of bibliographic and publisher information on more than 300,000 periodicals of all types–academic and scholarly journals, Open Access publications, peer-reviewed titles, popular magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and more from around the world.