Research metrics: get your guide

Don’t know your Impact Factor from your h-index? Altmetric Attention Score from Eigenfactor? Do you need to understand what research metrics are and how to use them to assess what journal to publish your research in?

Delve into our handy introduction, including a guide which explains the most commonly used metrics.


Frequently asked questionsThe top 10 questions about getting your journal article published

The Taylor & Francis Author Services team is on hand to answer any questions you may have as you navigate the process of getting your article published in an academic journal. Find out the 10 most common questions they receive each week (and their time-saving answers).


Should you share your data?

What are the benefits of data sharing to authors and the scientific community? If you share your research data might someone “scoop” your future paper?

Jon Grahe, Editor of The Journal of Social Psychology, tackles both the opportunities and challenges of data sharing.


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Journals regularly ‘call for papers’, asking for submissions within particular fields or focused on specific topics. Answering these is a great way to get published, ensuring your research fits a particular journal’s aims and scope. You can search for current submission requests within your subject area on our regularly updated calls for papers page.

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