Clear and Transparent decision on JPR Impact FactorTM
JPR is having more than 27000 scientists. JPR solutions will be an assistance to get a good scientific value. JPR is connected with scientists around the world. There are lots of indexing agencies having narrow space for prospective journals around the globe. Keeping in mind our scientists has created a solution “Impact FactorTM” for all journals to achieve the excellence and also compete with the others monopoly production units. JPR evolutions will help every journals to overcome the major draw back like quality of the articles is marginal, how to improve in technical protocols. So place your journal for evolutions with us and share your excellence and explore yourself to get unboundless identity.
Publication in scientific educational journals (online and hard print) is a key criterion to appointment, tenure, and promotion in many universities from the developed countries. Most universities weigh publications according to the quality or impact of the journal. Traditionally, journal quality has been assessed through the ISI (JCR), SCImago Journal Rank, Eigenfactor and many more. However, the above metric system is still a novice or indomitable for many universities from the underdeveloped and developing countries. JPR impact factorTM proposes an alternative evolution- Global e and print Journals. This evolution system will be an alternative mechanism for those journals, which does not find a place in ISI/Thomson Reuters, SCOPUS and other database. JPR Impact FactorTM is an open access electronic journal evolution, which uses various citations (from web and print publication) and other contribution factors of the journal, which is based on data provided by the editor or publisher. The journals are categorized under such as Arts and Humanities, Science, Social Sciences, and Multidisciplinary before assigning the impact factorTM. This easy and novel technique of computing impact factorTM provides reasonable chance for world wide journals to understand the impact factorTM of their journals based on quantity, quality, and on appropriate level as per JPR impact factorTM.
Needs - Journal evaluation
More than 200,000 journals published world wide, however the ISI/Thomson Reuters and SCImago indexes approximately 12-15 thousands journals respectively which means certain percentage of the journals do not have a mechanism to get any evaluation report. The JPR Impact factorTM is an alternative chance to journals editor or publisher to uses simple mechanism of understanding the impact factor and aims to provide a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the world wide electronic and hard printed journals. The advantage of JPR impact factorTM is its comprehensiveness. JPR impact factorTM includes all international scientific electronic and printed journals, not just those believed appropriate by an arbitrary group of individuals. This characteristic makes JPR impact factorTM truly inclusive as different to restricted. It is also affordable to journals from the developing and underdeveloped countries to be estimated with JPR impact factorTM.
The JPR scientists proposed a new system to estimate the journal JPR impact factor TM .