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Measuring impact with article metrics

Researchers, funders, and institutions are increasingly interested in the impact of their work. Article-level metrics help authors to assess this by enabling you to gain a better understanding of the reach of your published research and the attention it is receiving. On Taylor & Francis Online, authors can see their article’s number of downloads, citations (on…

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Research metrics: get your guide

What’s a journal Impact Factor? How’s a researcher’s h-index calculated? What metrics will help identify the right journal for me to publish in? These are just some of the regular questions we get asked about research metrics by researchers from across the world. So, from the Impact Factor to an Altmetric Attention Score, Eigenfactor to…

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Understanding journal metrics: the Impact Factor

You can use metrics to help when you are choosing a journal to submit your work to. For a long time, citation metrics such as the Impact Factor were the standard (and only) tool available to evaluate journals and articles systematically. What is a Journal Impact Factor? An Impact Factor is one measure of the citations…

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Researcher survey 2019

This new Taylor & Francis survey asked researchers around the globe for their opinions on a range of important scholarly communication issues, including: Publishing habits: which publishing options researchers are currently choosing, including their use of green and gold open access, and how they decide which journals to submit to. Licenses: researchers’ preferences for sharing…

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Authored works

Authored Works is our dedicated center for all authors who have published in a Taylor & Francis journal. Once you have published with us, Authored Works is where you can: Download the PDF or view the HTML of your article whenever you want. See the latest download figures, to see how many people are reading your work.…

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Sharing your work

If you are publishing in a Taylor & Francis or Routledge journal, there are many ways you can share different versions of your article with colleagues and peers. Sharing your work: how to do it. Download the infographic. Read on to find out more about how you can share your article.…

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Increasing the discoverability of new articles via the Web of Science

A new Taylor & Francis led development will increase the early discoverability of articles published in our Web of Science indexed journals. For many journals, articles are published online before they are assigned to a particular issue and page numbers are added. This is sometimes called ‘online first’. These papers, which you’ll find in a…

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Open access options

Outlined below are the OA options across all Taylor & Francis Group journals. You can use this table to check which journals offer gold OA, current article publishing charges (APCs), green OA embargo periods, and which licenses you can choose to publish under. For definitions of ‘gold open access’, ‘AM (Accepted Manuscript)’, ‘green open access’,…

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Tracking the commercialization of research

Every article on Taylor & Francis Online has a ‘Metrics’ section which, along with details about article downloads and citations, includes the article’s Altmetric Attention Score. The data used to calculate this score has recently been expanded to include patent citations, helping you to discover where research articles have contributed to commercial innovation. We asked…

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Can you publish and still perish? A question of impact

Dr John Harrison, Associate Editor of Regional Studies, offers his advice to authors on maximising the impact of their work, and the most useful metrics for measuring it. Personally, I disagree with the widely circulated mantra of “publish or perish”. Today, you can still publish and perish because there is now so much more published…

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