Ranking of journals
Norway's national scientific database (a.k.a 'the Norwegian list')
"The Norwegian list" is a funding allocation system built on the categorization of journals, series and publishers, which in turn can be used for evaluating journals. Expert panels award channels a scientific level (1) or a highly prestigious scientific level (2).
Tip: Use the drop-down menu "Subject area".
Journal ranking and price comparison. Built on data from ISI Web of science.
We aim to use recent advances in network analysis to develop novel methods for evaluating the influence of scholarly periodicals, for mapping the structure of academic research, and for helping researchers navigate the scholarly literature.
- Bergstrom, C. (2007) Eigenfactor: Measuring the value and prestige of scholarly journals. College & Research Libraries News 68(5), 314–316
SCImago Journal and Country Rank
Journal and country ranking. Built on data from Scopus. Uses a method like Google page ranking.
- Anegón, F.D., Bote, V.P., & González-Pereira, B. (2009). The SJR indicator: A new indicator of journals' scientific prestige. CoRR, abs/0912.4141
Harzing´s Publish or Perish
A free program that retrieves and analyzes academic citations from Google Scholar, and you can get figures on e.g. number of articles, number of citations, H-index, G-index, etc.
Google Scholar Metrics
Google Scholar Metrics provide an easy way for authors to quickly gauge the visibility and influence of recent articles in scholarly publications. Scholar Metrics summarize recent citations to many publications, to help authors as they consider where to publish their new research.
Quality Open Access Market
QOAM is a market place for scientific and scholarly journals which publish articles in open access. Quality scoring of the journals in QOAM is based on academic crowd sourcing.