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Cabells Journalytics Medicine and Predatory Reports

Last Updated: Feb 20, 2024 3:52 PM

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Journalytics Medicine is a curated database of quality medical journals that have been evaluated by data specialists using an established set of selection criterion. Journalytics Cards provide MedSCI ranking, scite index data, Altmetric mentions, and other details relevant to article submission. A journal’s discipline strength, citation activity, online attention, submission, and peer review details are highlighted for quick journal comparisons.

Predatory Reports identifies potentially fraudulent journals and provides a list of their predatory behaviors. Each journal is examined against 70+ indicators, screening for everything from misleading metrics to irregular publication practices. Predatory Report Cards show you everything you need to know about which publications to avoid. Easily identify a predatory journal with their publication summaries—title and publisher, the date of the latest journal review, and a link to the full Predatory Report Card.

Limitations: This product is not all inclusive. It does not include all medical journals. Not all journals have been evaluated. Some evaluated journals do not meet inclusion criteria for Journalytics, but also do not fall into the predatory journals category. That is the case for journals published by MDPI. There are no MDPI journals included in this product.

Using the Database

Begin your search by entering a title, ISSN, or medical discipline. Filter by discipline, peer review type, metric score ranges, and more.

For a detailed description of features, search strategies, data sources, and introductory video Video (12 minutes), please see the Journalytics Medicine & Predatory Reports User Guide.

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