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Monday, 8 December 2014

Top 3 Journal Selectors for PhD Students

 Source: http://hazmanlabs.com/site/blog/top-3-journal-selectors-for-phd-students/



Top 3 Journal Selectors for PhD Students



Get Your Research Published in The Best Matching Journals
Get Your Research Published in The Best Matching Journals

We understand that finding a suitable journal might be a tough phase
for most of us to locate and publish. Let’s try searching for the topic
of ourarticle in a relevant library database to see where related
articles in our field have been published.


Most of us will use  Scopus or ISI, for directions on how to find
journals to publish. In addition, we recommend you may also consider
using the following tools:


Edanz Journal Selector (Beta)

Enter your abstract or article description in the Journal Selector to
find journals that publish in related areas. Currently matching to over
18,000 journals.


edanz journal selector






The Edanz journal selector uses cutting-edge semantic technology to
help you achieve publication success. You can enter in your abstract or a
sample text and the Journal Selector will give you a list of journals
that publish in related areas. You can then refine your results based on
the factors that matter to you, like publication frequency, Impact
Factor or publishing model, including open access.


Elsevier Journal Finder

Search for an Elsevier journal by name or use the Elsevier Journal
Finder by entering your abstract to find journals best suited for your
research.




elsevier - journal finder

Springer Journal Selector (Beta)

Enter your abstract or article description to find Springer journals best suited for your research.


Springer Open - journal selector






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