Coverage: 2008 +
A resource tool for the evaluation of science journals, containing citation data from roughly 8,000 journals in the areas of science and technology. Users can filter the journals by subject and then sort them by impact factor, immediacy index, total cites, current articles, cited half-life, or journal title.
A resource tool for the evaluation of social sciences journals, containing data from over 2,600 journals in social sciences. Users can filter the journals by subject and then sort them by impact factor, immediacy index, total cites, current articles, cited half-life, or journal title.[The old platform was phased out and replaced by InCites Journal Citation Reports on 1 Jan 2016.]
It covers Arts & Sciences I – XV Collections with over 2,000 titles across 68 discipline, including art, economics, education, health policies, health sciences, language & literature, law, linguistics, mathematics, music, performing arts, history,philosophy, psychology, religion and sociology, etc.
This collection provides extensive coverage in the field sciences, with great depth in botany, ecology, and ornithology, along with important titles in general science, medicine, nursing, epidemiology, and public health. It includes many highly cited and top-ranked journals by ISI impact factor.
This collection is composed of academic and open policy research on environmental stresses and their impact on society. It looks at sustainability and resilience through a broad lens, spanning over more than 30 disciplines, featuring 115 journals that are all new to JSTOR and over 5,400 open research reports form more than 30 policy institutes, including the Council on Foreign Relations, Stockholm Environment Institute, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies.
The many subjects covered include agricultural economics; climatology and atmospheric science; energy policy; environmental engineering; green energy; human ecology; land conservation; natural resources law; public health; sustainable business practices; transportation and infrastructure; urban studies and planning; and water management.