1. Journal Authority
2. Article Authority – Times Cited
3. Author Authority
*Citation statistics can vary with self-citing, type of article, discipline, etc. See Using Journal Citation Reports Wisely
Are you looking for a journal to publish in, related articles or reviewers?
Journal/Author Name Estimator (JANE) - Enter the title and/or abstract of the paper in the box, and click on 'Find journals', 'Find authors' or 'Find articles'. Jane will then compare your document to millions of documents in Medline to find the best matching journals, authors or articles.
JournalSeek - Genamics JournalSeek is the largest completely categorized database of freely available journal information available on the internet. Journal information includes the description (aims and scope), journal abbreviation, journal homepage link, subject category and ISSN. Searching this information allows the rapid identification of potential journals to publish your research in, as well as allow you to find new journals of interest to your field.
Bibliographic Management Resources: Reference management software will be helpful for senior papers and as a lifelong tool for organizing journal articles and generating citation lists centered around a topic of personal or professional interest. Learn to use Cite-While-You-Write early in your first year and always double check your reference lists; no software is a perfect tool.
Evaluate bibliographic software based on ease of import/export, ability to organize pdf's and storage capacity, indexing/tagging, annotation ability, sharing features, citation formatting options and CiteWhileYouWrite plug-in options.See the EndNote Library Guide for links to a comparison chart.
Always make sure that all of the metadata from a citation has been saved, and save a permalink to the article (PMID, doi, or publisher provided) in the URL field. This is the best way to share the citation with others.
If you are using a Mac, you will need to set your CiteWhileYouWrite Preferences in Word under Tools>EndNote>CiteWhileYouWrite Preferences>Application>Chose EndNote OR EndNote online
CVM students are expected to use the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association citation style in Senior Papers.
Journal names double checked to assure they are abbreviated exactly as they are in PubMed
Cite-While-You-Write formatting in Word
Hanging indent - Some helpful advice from WSU Libraries Endnote expert Chelsea Leachman on how to fix this in EndNote:
1. Go to the Endnote toolbar, select EDIT, OUTPUT STYLES, then EDIT/name of style. This will display the output style's options.
2. In the left column scroll down to "Bibliography" then select LAYOUT.
3. Check the bottom of the Layout window for the "Hanging Indent" setting - it should be set to "All paragraphs". (This will insert a command to create a hanging indent at the beginning of each new reference.)
4. Save and close the dialogue box.
You can then change to hanging indent within Word if you have added Endnote for Cite While You Write.Click on Configure Bibliography>Layout> Select hanging indent of 0.5in