Journal Metrics

Last Update: 23 June, 2024 | 13:20

Welcome to our Journal Metrics page, where we provide a comprehensive view of essential performance metrics for our journal. Here, you'll find important metrics such as monthly submissions, articles published each year, and our most viewed articles. Additionally, we offer insights into other key indicators, including indexing metrics, which illustrate the journal's reach and impact within the academic community. This page is designed to offer transparency and detailed insights to authors, reviewers, and readers interested in the journal's performance and influence in its field.


📝 Monthly Submissions

  • Explore our detailed breakdown of submissions by manuscript type across this journal over the past year.


📰 Published Articles

  • Discover the distribution of articles published in the last three calendar years in our journal, categorized by article type, and see how each category has contributed to our evolving academic discourse.                 


📈 SJR Metrics (Scimago)

  • The SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) indicator is a measure of the prestige of scholarly journals that accounts for both the number of citations received by a journal and the prestige of the journals where the citations come from. Gain insights into the scholarly influence and prestige of our journal with our updated SJR metrics from Scimago, reflecting our standing and impact in the academic community.

SCImago Journal & Country Rank

🏅 Impact Factor (Clarivate, ESCI)

  • Discover our journal's scholarly impact factor and influence through a detailed citation analysis from Clarivate. The Journal Impact Factor reflects the yearly average number of citations received by articles published in the last two years in our journal, as indexed by Clarivate's Web of Science

Journal Impact Factor

📊 Journal Visibility

  • Explore the most viewed articles from our journal, showcasing popular research insights based on data from Google Analytics and Google Search Console, providing a snapshot of what captures the interest of our readers.
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