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Faculty of 1000 introduces a unique opinion-based journal metric
Date:10/5/2011

Based on the expert opinion of over 10,000 internationally renowned scientists and clinicians, the F1000 Journal Factor (FFj) is a new way of looking at the research literature. A measure of how scientists actually rate journals, the FFj is derived from our familiar rating system of articles, where named F1000 members score research articles as 'Recommended', 'Must Read' or 'Exceptional'. We now use these to generate a score for each journal that has had research articles evaluated by F1000.

The F1000 Journal Rankings enable researchers to see where the best research is being published, as judged by the F1000 Faculty. In general, the more papers that get selected by our Faculty, the higher will be that journal's FFj. Specialist journals with a low volume overall but a high proportion of research articles evaluated in F1000 will do particularly well.

Journals are ranked across all disciplines, but also within each F1000 Faculty and Section. Individual journals may be ranked relatively low overall but come out on top within a Section, showcasing their importance within a specialized field. This enables researchers to find out which journals have the most evaluated papers in their own specialty.

Each month F1000 will publish 'current' rankings based on evaluations of research papers received in the previous 12 months. Each year we will make available historical rankings, based on a calendar year's worth of articles, for easy comparison with the Journal Impact Factor. These will take into account F1000 evaluations received during that year, and up to six ('provisional') or eighteen ('final') months after the end of the year.

The FFj is:

Qualitativecalculated based on the opinions of active scientists and clinicians, experts in their fields. This avoids inherent problems with assessing journals based on citations or download metrics.

Transparentwe make it easy to see exactly which articles count towards a jour
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Contact: Eleanor Howell
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44-207-631-9129
Faculty of 1000: Biology and Medicine
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