Impact Factor | Journal of PeerScientist
At Journal of PeerScientist, we believe that individual article “reach, readership and impact” are more important than overall Journal Impact Factor (IF). Journal of PeerScientist supports DORA – the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment and encourages authors to follow their recommendations. However, we do understand that authors / institutions in few countries require Impact factor information for their internal records, for grant application purposes etc., Journal of PeerScientist Impact factor for the year 2020 is calculated as 3.06.
How is Journal Impact factor calculated ?
Citations in 2020 to articles published in the year 2018 + 2019
Number of citable articles published in the year 2018 + 2019
Click here to view the source data for this calculated IF.