Journal Citation Reports evaluates journals based on citation data. It measures research influence and calculates impact factor at the journal and category levels and shows the relationship between citing and cited journals.
JCR can show you the:
Most frequently cited journals in a field
Highest impact journals in a field
see the Journal Impact Factor tab for more information
Click Select Categories at the left. Select the category that best matches your discipline.
Once the center list is populated, click the number in the #journals column to view journal titles. Journal titles are sorted by Impact Factor.
Browse Table of Contents & Issues
Follow the above steps to locate journals within a category.
Click a title to access the journal profile.
Select the Go to Journal Table of Contents link.
The Impact Factor is a measure of the frequency in which the "average article" from a particular journal has been cited in a given period of time. It is one way scholars measure the relative importance of a journal within its field.