Authors choose a particular journal to submit to for a variety of reasons; one of the most important is the quality or impact of the journal. Journal Insights determines impact using several different metrics, all of which are statistically sound, and provide authors with valuable information to support their selection. You can also use text-based Elsevier JournalFinder, helping you to find journals that could be best suited for publishing your scientific article: http://journalfinder.elsevier.com/
We know how important speed of publication is to authors considering where to publish, especially in fast moving research areas. These speed metrics (if available in Journal Insights for this title) are displayed: - The average number of weeks it takes for an article to be reviewed - The average number of weeks it takes for an article to reach key publication points in the production process
Our journals have global authorship and readership. Journal Insights provides graphics indicating: The number of downloads at the country/regional level over the last five full years available. The number of primary corresponding authors at the country/regional level over the last five full years available.