Journal query pane
The Journal query pane is part of the Journal impact analysis page. Please consult that page for general search tips.
This pane contains the following fields.
Enter the name of the journal you want to look up. The recommended format is the full title enclosed in quotes, for example "Journal of International Business". However, you might have to experiment with common abbreviations as well.
For more search tips, see Journal impact analysis.
Enter the ISSNs of the journals you want to look up. The ISSNs must use the format dddd-dddd, i.e., 4 digits, a hyphen, and another 4 digits.
Note: The ISSN search helps to narrow down the results, but may cause false positives if the same ISSN appears in the text of an article. Generally, the best results are achieved when searching for both a journal title and the corresponding ISSN.
|Exclude these words||Enter any additional words that must not appear in the returned papers. This can be used to narrow down the search for a specific set of papers.|
|Year of publication
between ... and ...
|Enter the range of years in which the papers must have been published. You can set either year to 0 (zero) to indicate "don't care".|
|Data source||Select the desired data source from the drop-down list. The following choices are available:
Click this button to perform the query. If possible, the query is satisfied from the local Publish or Perish cache; this saves time and reduces the load on Google Scholar. If no cache entry for the query exists or the entry is older than the maximum cache age, then the query is forwarded to Google Scholar. After the results are received from Google Scholar, the local cache is automatically refreshed.
Click this button to send the query directly to Google Scholar, bypassing the local Publish or Perish cache. This may be useful if you suspect that Google Scholar may have newer information available than is available through the local cache. When the results are returned from Google Scholar, the local cache is automatically refreshed.
Note: It is not useful to perform multiple direct lookups for the same query shortly after another; this merely increases the load on Google Scholar and increases the chance that your computer may be temporarily denied access by Google Scholar. We recommend that you only use the Lookup Direct function as a last resort.
|Clear All||Clears all query fields. You can use this to quickly prepare the fields for an entirely new query.|