Journal Citation Reports (JCR), sometimes known as Impact Factors, has undergone an interface change, keeping it in line with the current Web of Science interface branding, as well as expanded many of its features. Your favorite functions remain, and there have been some key upgrades.
What to look for:
1) You no longer have to search for journals within the Science and Social Sciences separately: now, you can select both or just one edition when searching by year and category.
2) There are now three new metrics: Normalized Eigenfactor Score, Journal Impact Factor Percentile, and the % of Articles in Citable Items.
You can download both cited and citing journal data in various formats from individual journal records.
3) Finally, there is now an Open Access filter at the search interface, so you can immediately filter to the only open access journals, and an open access badge with the years the journal has been open access in the journal record.
For a tutorial on its new features, click here.
For more help or other questions, please contact Lia Vellardita, firstname.lastname@example.org or 608.263.9089.