This resource allows authors to input their article titles or abstracts to find potential matches to Elsevier-only publications. This journal finder ranks results by impact factor, acceptance rates, and editorial timelines
This web-based bibliometric application is a free resource that allows you to narrow down possible journals for your articles. Linked to MedLine, this resource allows authors to search by title, abstract, or keyword to find similar articles published in academic journals.
Find journal information for evaluation and comparison of impact, rank, and importance in your designated field. Get key indicators like total cites, journal impact factor, and cited half-life as well as source data, rank, cited journal data, citing journal data, box plot, and journal relationships.
This web page describes Google Scholar Metrics as well as providing definitions and links to various resources. Another useful resource for determining journal ranking. Click on embedded link for "Top 100 Publications in Several Languages" for journal lists by discipline.