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What are Journal Acceptance Rates?
The Journal Acceptance Rate is the percentage of the manuscripts accepted for publication by a particular scholarly journal.
Cabell's Metrics: An Introduction
Cabell's has released a new upgraded interface to their product. The site now incorporates both Journal Citation Reports (impact Factor) and Altmetric Reports (online metrics).
How To Find Acceptance Rates
Cabell's Scholarly Analytics
Cabell's Scholarly Analytics helps you to determine which journals typically publish manuscripts similar to yours or could be the best fit for your manuscript. The index in each Directory helps you match the characteristics of your manuscript to the topic areas the journal emphasizes, as well as bibliometrics, journal ranking and acceptance rate.
There are three ways to find the Journal Acceptance Rate: If your journal of interest is not included in Cabell's then you can try the other options. To find the contact information for a publication you can use Ulrich's Global Series Directory.
- Use Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities
- Searching the journal's website to see if they list the acceptance rate
- Contacting the journal's editor directly
CCI (Cabell's Classification Index)dex)
DA (Difficulty of Acceptance)
IPA (Institutional Publishing Activity)