Impact Factor Calculator

An Impact Factor Calculator is a tool designed to compute the impact factor of academic journals. The impact factor is a metric used to measure the average number of citations received by articles published in a particular journal within a specific timeframe.

Impact Factor Calculator



Impact Factor calculation

The calculation of an impact factor involves dividing the total number of citations received by articles published in the journal during a certain period (usually the past two years) by the total number of articles published in that journal during the same period.

Impact Factor Formula

The formula for calculating the impact factor is:

\( \text{IF} = \frac{\text{Total Citations in Year}}{\text{Total Number of Articles Published in Previous Two Years}} \)

Total Citations in Year: The total number of citations received by all articles published in a journal during a specific year.

Total Number of Articles Published in Previous Two Years: The sum of articles published by a journal in the two preceding years.


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