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Tools to Help You Identify Potential Journals
Clarivate Analytics Manuscript Matcher
Clarivate Analytics' manuscript matcher tool through myendnoteweb.com. Requires author to sign in.
Edanz Journal Selector (Beta)
Enter your abstract or article description in the Journal Selector to find journals that publish in related areas. Currently matching to over 18,000 journals.
Elsevier Journal Finder
Elsevier® Journal Finder helps you find journals that could be best suited for publishing your scientific article. Please also consult the journal’s Aims and Scope for further guidance.
Enago Open Access Journal Finder
The Enago Open Access Journal Finder enables you to find quality open access journals that are pre-vetted to protect you from predatory publishers. This free journal finder solves common issues on predatory journals, journal authenticity, and article processing fees by utilizing a validated journal index provided by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
JANE Journal Author Name Estimator
Compare your document to find the best matching journals.
JournalGuide brings all sources of data together in one place to give authors a simple way to choose the best journal for their research. Our data sources include major industry data sets, public resources, information submitted directly by journal editors, and even real-life publishing experiences submitted by authors like you.
Largest completely categorized database of freely available journal information, including description (aims and scope), journal abbreviation, journal homepage link, subject category and ISSN.
Springer Journal Selector (Beta)
Enter your abstract, description of your research, or a sample text and the Springer Journal Selector provides a list of relevant journals.
Journal Citation Reports
Uses citation data drawn from over 5,000 journals, in all areas of science, biomedicine and technology, to compare journals within a subject area or generally. Not all journals are included, and there is a delay of at least 2 years for inclusion on new journals.
SCIMago Journal Rank Indicator
Scimago Journal Rank (SJR) is based on the transfer of prestige froma journal to another one; such as prestige is transfered throught the references that a journal do to other journals and to itself.
BMJ Case Reports Institutional Membership
Mayo Clinic maintains an institutional membership to BMJ Case Reports. This means that you can submit your case reports without paying the individual fellowship fee. The BMJ group customer number, author guidelines, and other details are available on this page of the Mayo Clinic Libraries website. (Note: Mayo's membership covers the Fellowship fee. This is separate from the Open Access charge, which is optional and allows your article to be free for all readers.) BMJ Case Reports Instructions for Authors page has complete details.
Mayo Editorial Resources
Mayo Section of Scientific Publications
Sci Pub staff members offer editorial assistance at several levels to Mayo staff.
Mayo NIH Public Access
Staff can help with questions regarding NIH's Public Access Policy and submitting published articles to PubMed Central (PMC).
An Academic Success Advisor will assist Mayo College of Medicine students (Health Sciences, Medical, & Graduate) with proofreading and writing needs.
Researcher or Author Identity
Increase the impact of your publications. Tips on how to promote your research and profile as a researcher and author.
Confusion can arise when multiple authors share similar or the same name. Find out how to create a distinct researcher or author identity and the benefits of doing so.
Many journals include the instructions for authors on the journal's web page, even if the journal is not available in full-text.
Visit our Help Page for contact information. We are here to help you with your questions and your research.