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There are many ways to assess the impact of publications and journals. Although Journal Impact Factor™ is probably the most well known journal metric, for some disciplines it's not a good measure of quality. This page will help you learn more about metrics you can use to assess impact.
Includes information on article level metrics.
Provides links to Duquesne databases that contain citation data.
Includes information on Journal Impact Factor™, SCImago Journal Ranking, and other metrics.
If you need help trying to determine the impact of a journal or publication, contact David Nolfi or Allison Brungard for more information.