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Authors / Researchers: Get published


There are several ways you can explore the content and citation performance of journals in your field.  Use all the tools and approaches below to make informed publication decisions:


Find the right journals with Manuscript Match

Use your existing manuscript along with trusted data from Clarivate to help you find the right fit.  You can access Manuscript Match from:

Using the title, abstract, and cited references (optional) of your manuscript, Manuscript matcher evaluates over 5 billion data points and applies patent-pending text mining and cited reference relationship algorithms to produce its recommendations. The feature will recommend from 2-10 high quality journals indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection. The Journal Impact Factor, Rank in Category, and Quartile in Category for each journal are provided.

You'll find Manuscript matcher when you sign into your EndNote online account under the Match tab.

Watch this video for more on this feature.


Find highly cited journals in your field with Journal Citation Reports

Another option is to use Journal Citation Reports to identify highly-cited journals in your field.  Journal Citation Reports is sourced from Web of Science Core Collection, the premier citation index on the Web of Science platform. Journals must undergo a rigorous evaluation by our editorial team in order to be covered in Web of Science Core Collection. We capture the cited references for all content from these journals, and we link those cited references to the cited papers. This article-level citation data is aggregated to the journal-level at the end of the year to create the indicators available in JCR.  Use the filter panel in JCR to limit to the categories that interest you, then sort the table based on several available metrics.



Which journals have published the most papers on your topic?


You can search the Web of Science for your topic and use the Analyze Results tool to identify the journals publishing the most papers on your topic. Use the Publication Titles option for this analysis.