Philadelphia, July 7, 2022 – In accordance with new statistics launched in Clarivate’s Journal Quotation Reviews™, the Journal Affect Issue for the Journal of Dairy Science (JDS) elevated 4.73% in contrast with final 12 months. As a measure that quantifies the common variety of citations over a particular interval, the Journal Affect Issue offers authors one instrument to evaluate the standard of scientific journals. As such, the rise in JDS’s Journal Affect Issue from 4.034 to 4.225 is critical for the journal.
“The standard of analysis printed in JDS has remained very excessive, even because the journal continues to climb within the variety of papers printed every year. We have now an amazing supply of satisfaction in our authors and that they select to publish with us when there are numerous decisions obtainable,” stated Editor-in-Chief Paul Kononoff, PhD, College of Nebraska. “Our reviewers and part editors put in appreciable effort to shaping that content material to make sure JDS is an indispensable instrument for all dairy scientists. It’s gratifying that a lot of our content material drives the expansion, enchancment, and sustainability of the world’s dairy industries.”
A Journal Affect Issue of 4.225 locations JDS sixth out of 62 journals within the Agriculture, Dairy, and Animal Science class, which ranks JDS within the first quartile. In 2021, the journal had 77,957 citations to content material printed in 2019 and 2020. The journal additionally obtained its highest five-year Affect Issue (4.987), indicating that articles in JDS proceed to be cited properly past the speedy two-year interval following publication. Within the Meals Science and Expertise class, JDS is ranked forty eighth out of 143 journals, which is within the second quartile.
The brand new rankings validate the journal’s declare because the main peer-reviewed basic dairy analysis journal on this planet. Since 1997, JDS has been ranked within the prime six by Journal Affect Issue within the Agriculture, Dairy, and Animal Science class, demonstrating the journal’s constant dedication to excellence in publishing peer-reviewed dairy science.
“We contemplate the Affect Issue to be a validation of the contributions JDS makes to the worldwide group of dairy scientists,” Kononoff added, “and we’re happy that JDS continues to be one of the best useful resource for this materials and are dedicated to continued progress and enchancment of our publication.”
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