Research Impact Metrics

What is H-index & i10-index?

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H-index & i10-index

H-index The h-index is short for the Hirsch index – Jorge E. Hirsch (2005). The h-index is an author-level metric that attempts to measure both the productivity and citation impact of the publications of a scientist or scholar. The h-index is simply a count of the largest number of papers (h) from a journal or […]

Frequently Asked Questions

How to make a covering letter for a Journal

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Covering Letter (No need to mention) — Date– Name,  Designation and College, Country. Dear Sir/Madam, I am pleased to submit an original research article entitled “Title” by “Co-author” and me for consideration for publication in “International Journal of XXX”.  This manuscript builds on our prior study to determine the “mention overview of the paper”. In this manuscript, […]

Identifying Journals

Fast Publishing SCI Journals

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The fast publishing SCI journals are citation indexed and initially developed by the Institute for Scientific Knowledge (ISI). The broader version (Science Citation Index Expanded) encompasses more than 8,500 prominent and important journals from 1900 to the present, covering 150 disciplines. Additionally, these are defined as the leading science and technology journals in the world, […]

Identifying Journals

Fast Responding Scopus Indexed Journals

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Fast Responding Scopus Indexed Journals attempts to provide you with the quick publishing speed, without losing on the consistency of the peer-review process. Scopus is the abstract and citation site for peer-reviewed literature, scientific articles, books as well as conference proceedings. Scopus provides free services to unsubscribed users which is available from Scopus Previews. Researchers […]