Informing your publication plan
Journal find tools require the searcher/author to provide the article's title, keywords or abstract, and the Journal finder tool will identify a list of potential journal titles.
Some of these journal tools also provide a range of journal metrics allowing potential authors to identify highly ranked journals. When a journal finder does not include journal metrics, use Scopus or Journal Citation Reports databases to identify highly ranking journals.
NOTE: These tools have been developed by publishers, so keep in mind that your results will be limited to those publishers. These tools are also based on machine-learning algorithms and they may throw up some unusual options.
JournalGuide is a free tool that helps researchers to evaluate scholarly journals. In addition to searching by journal name, category or publisher, authors can use the title and abstract of a paper to discover journals that have already published articles on similar topics. By matching journals to a paper’s content, researchers can see which journals would be most likely to have interest in their story.
Select the journal that suits your research best from over 2,600 Springer publications.
The Springer Journal Suggester uses semantic technology to help you quickly choose the Springer journal that is right for your paper.
Elsevier Journal Finder
Elsevier® Journal Finder helps you find Elsevier journals that could be best suited for publishing your scientific article.
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