How to select a journal for publication

We proceed to provide useful articles for our authors' delight. This time we share the information about the resources that facilitate the choice of a journal for publication. Here, artificial intelligence comes into play as it currently does in various fields.
We have already written about how and where to view journals by the publisher country. All the services below follow the same principle: based on the content analysis of the abstract and the title. Please do not forget to use it as an auxiliary tool that cannot completely replace expert assessment.
1.Elsevier Journal Finder is a free service that searches journals with a possibility to filter them by:
  • CiteScore journal metric
  • terms of manuscript reviewing
  • journal type (open access or not)
2.Manuscript matcher is integrated into the Web of Science (belongs to Clarivate) platform. The service provides a list of relevant reputable scientific journals indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection.
To access the service, log into an account on the Web of Science platform or get registered if you do not have one. From the list of the journals found, you can go to the particular journal page by clicking on "View profile page".
3.Wiley Journal Finder is a free service from John Wiley & Sons.
4.Springer Journal Suggester is a free service from Springer Nature that searches through about 2,500 Springer and BioMed Central journals.
  1. Journal recommendation from the NeuroAssistant is a free service of the National Electronic Information Consortium (NEICON) that provides data from the Elpub platform. Available only in Russian.
Journals Tools