What is the impact factor of ResearchGate?

What is the impact factor of ResearchGate?

… I received an email from a legitimate journal from the developed world with a call for papers mentioning its ResearchGate 2015/2016 Journal Impact of 0.84.

Is ResearchGate a reputed journal?

ResearchGate is no longer reliable: leniency towards ghost journals may decrease its impact on the scientific community.

Why is my ResearchGate score so low?

Why has my RG Score decreased or not changed? The RG Score is calculated once a week, so if you’ve added publications and your score has not yet changed, please be patient. It’s also relative, it can go up or down depending on the activity and scores of other ResearchGate members.

What is a good impact factor for computer science?

The 2021-2022 Journal’s Impact IF of Computer Science Review is 7.872, which is just updated in 2022.

Which journal has highest impact factor in computer science?

Computer science Journals Impact factor ranking

  • IEEE Transactions on Computers.
  • Journal of the ACM.
  • IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence.
  • International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems.
  • Procedia computer science.
  • International Journal of Data Science and Analytics.

What is a high impact factor for journals?

The top 5% of journals have impact factors approximately equal to or greater than 6 (610 journals or 4.9% of the journals tracked by JCR). Approximately two-thirds of the journals tracked by JCR have a 2017 impact factor equal to or greater than 1.

How is the ResearchGate score calculated?

With this in mind, your RG Score is calculated based on any contribution you share on ResearchGate or add to your profile, such as published articles, unpublished research, projects, questions, and answers. Our algorithm looks at how your peers receive and evaluate these contributions, and who they are.

What is the impact factor of a journal?

The impact factor (IF) is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year. It is used to measure the importance or rank of a journal by calculating the times it’s articles are cited.

Who pays for the impact factor of a scientific article?

Now almost all big publishing houses have started Open or Gold access schemes where we, the scientific authors, need to pay thousands of USD or EUROs or GBPs as article processing charges (APC). So, the authors are the consumers of the journals or publishing houses paying for their impact factors.

What is the difference between SJR Scopus and impact factor?

Unlike Impact Factor, SJR publishes open access and covers a wider spectrum of publications. SJR Scopus considers the overall number of citations as well as the weight of each reference. As a result, SJR is utilized to determine the journal’s quartile.

Do you consider the impact factor when publishing research in India?

But, often it happens that much good quality research in India are been published in low impact factor or no impact factor journals/book chapters. Therefore, we decided not to consider the impact factor.