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IIFS maintains academic database services to researchers, journal editors and publishers. IIFS focuses on : citation indexing, citation analysis, and maintains citation databases covering thousands of academic journals. Also IIFS provides a detailed report of individual journal for further improvement of respective journal overall look up and technical aspect for better Impact Factor.

DRJI provides ready access to education literature to support the use of educational research and information to improve practice in learning, teaching, educational decision-making, and research. Directory of Research Journals Indexing is a free online service that helps you to find web resources for your articles and research. With millions of resources available on the Internet, it can be difficult to find useful material. We have reviewed and evaluated thousands of resources to help you choose key websites in your subject. Our indexed journals will be submitted to all social networks and world's top most indexing and they will be displayed on world's top electronic library. In short, all journals will reach all continents.

Scientific Indexing Services (SIS) was founded by renowned scientists. A group of 70 scientist from various countries in different disciplines are started SIS with specific objective of providing quality information to the researcher. SIS offering academic database services to researcher. It's mainly: citation indexing, analysis, and maintains citation databases covering thousands of academic journals, books, proceedings and any approved documents SIS maintains academic database services to researchers, journal editors and publishers. SIS focuses on: citation indexing, citation analysis, and maintains citation databases covering thousands of academic journals. SIS Provides Quantitative And Qualitative Tool For Ranking, Evaluating And Categorizing The Journals For Academic Evaluation And Excellence. This Factor Is Used For Evaluating The Prestige Of Journals. The Evaluation Is Carried Out By Considering The Factors Like Paper Originality, Citation, Editorial Quality, and Regularity & International Presence. We Perform The In-Depth Analysis Method. The Acceptance And Rejection Rates Of Journals Can Be A Determining Factor. Low Acceptance Rate, High Rejection Rate Journals Are Considered The Best And Most Prestigious Journals As The Acceptance Criteria Is Of High Quality Standard. Many Journals And Societies Have Web Pages That Give Publication Data And Style Requirements And Often Includes Acceptance/Rejection Rates. The Paper Copy Of The Journal Occasionally Includes This Data And Will Always Provide Current Contact Information. Whether A Journal Is Indexed In The Major Indexing/Abstracting Service In The Field Is Another Criteria That Can Be Used To Assess The Worth And Quality Of A Journal.

OAJI started to calculate the impact factors of journals

Open Academic Journals Index (OAJI) is a full-text database of open-access scientific journals. Founder —International Network Center for Fundamental and Applied Research, Russian Federation​. ​OAJI mission is to develop an international platform for indexing the scientific journals of open access. The database automatically calculates the impact factor of the journal. The recalculation of impact factors is carried out weekly.​

ROAD, the Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources is a service offered by the ISSN International Centre with the support of the Communication and Information Sector of UNESCO. Launched as a beta version on 16th December 2013, ROAD has been developed during 2014 (extension of the coverage, additional features...)..​

ROAD provides a free access to a subset of the ISSN Register (1,8 millions of bibliographic records, available on subscription, see http://www.issn.org/en/understanding-the-issn/the-issn-international-register/). This subset comprises bibliographic records which describe scholarly resources in Open Access which have been assigned an ISSN by the ISSN Network: journals, conference proceedings and academic repositories. ROAD records are also downloadable as a MARC XML dump and are available as RDF triples.

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. Released in beta in November 2004, the Google Scholar index includes most peer-reviewed online academic journals and books, conference papers, theses and dissertations, preprints, abstracts, technical reports, and other scholarly literature, including court opinions and patents. While Google does not publish the size of Google Scholar's database, third-party researchers estimated it to contain roughly 160 million documents as of May 2014[2] and an earlier statistical estimate published in PLOS ONE using a Mark and recapture method estimated approximately 80-90% coverage of all articles published in English with an estimate of 100 million.​

The first step in systemic implementation of scientific achievements to the socioeconomic environment is the parameterisation of scientific achievements. The parametrisation carried out by Index Copernicus aims to describe the achievements in a unified and comprehensible form with the use of specific metadata structure. Parametrised (described) scientific achievements can be assessed then (assessment involving the translation of the description of the given scientific achievement to point values in accordance with the adapted convention). The scientific databases of Index Copernicus include and parametrise data related to scientific journals, research units as well as the scientists and their achievements. The IT systems used to evaluate science support processing of specific metadata on "evaluation events" – unitary activities characteristic for the science as the segment of the economy. In parametrisation we use the most promising achievements of bibliometrics or - more widely - scientometrics.

CAS is rooted in the publication Chemical AbstractsTM (CA), a journal of the American Chemical Society first published in 1907. The purpose of CA was to help scientists benefit from the published work of their colleagues around the world by monitoring, abstracting and indexing the world's chemistry-related literature.