International Institute For Research offers quantitative and qualitative tool for ranking, measuring and categorizing the journals for academic evaluation and excellence. This element is applied for measuring the standard of journals. The measure is carried out by considering the factors like peer review originality, scientific quality, technical editing quality, editorial quality and regularity.
We perform the in-depth analysis method. The acceptance and rejection rates of journals can be a determining factor. Low acceptance rate, high rejection rate journals believe the best and most honored journals as the acceptance criteria is of high quality standard. The paper copy of the journal occasionally includes this data and will always provide current contact information.
Whether a journal is indexed in the major indexing/abstracting service in the field is another criteria that can be used to assess the worth and quality of a journal.
Inclusion in our database through which all journals can be registered, not just those held appropriate by an arbitrary group of individuals. However, it is important to note that we respect the various scientific communities submitting their information by allowing those communities to determine what they want to have displayed globally and what they want to keep confidential. Many countries may, for example, not want to have details about their scientists and projects listed.
Journals indexed in International Institute For Research database will have the right to use our logo and International Institute For Research value displayed on their website.
What is Impact Factor?
The impact factor (IF) is a measure of the academic journals reflecting the average number of citations to recent articles published in the journals. It is frequently used as a representation for the relative importance of a journal within its field, with journals with higher impact factors considered to be more important than those with lower ones. It covers citations reflected into the books, research papers, patent documents, newspapers, seminar, conferences, online publications, PhD / thesis reports or any other accepted document by authorized entity.
How to Calculate Impact Factor?
The Impact Factor for a journal is generally calculated based on a three-year period, and can be considered to be the average number of times published papers are cited up to two years after publication. For example, the impact factor 2015 for a journal would be calculated as follows:
If the Current Year is 2015 Then
A = The number of times articles published in 2013-2014 were cited in indexed journals during 2015
B = the number of articles, reviews, proceedings or notes published in 2013-2014
Impact Factor 2015 = A/B
(Note: Current year′s Impact Factor will be publishesd in next year. The impact factor of 2015 will be published in 2016, because it could not be calculated until all of the 2015 publications had been received. Impact factor 2016 will be published in 2017)