INTERNATIONAL QUALITY INDEXES FOR SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
The Web of Science® from Thomson Reuters supplies researchers and institutions with access to internationally recognised databases. It is a database of bibliographical references from journalistic articles, which offers access to both up to date and retrospective information of author reviews and indexes of citations from almost 9,300 international publications in the fields of science, social science, arts and humanities. Users can access the information quickly and effectively thanks to the search capabilities of WOS and a cited reference search. The Social Science Citation Index, from 1956, can be found among the databases of the Web of Science. This database allows access to bibliographic information and cited references in the field of social science from some 1,810 journals and from the 30 most cited books. The Arts and Humanities Citation Index offers Access to bibliographic information and cited references since 1975 from some 1,130 journals and 15 serials of the most cited books. Finally, the Journal Citation Report (JCR) is used as an analysis and evaluation tool in sciences and social sciences. It presents statistical data of citations since 1997 determining the impact factor of a journal within a specific subject area.
Historia Agraria is indexed in the Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI) and in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) of the Institute of Scientific Information (ISI).
JCR 2015. Journal Impact Factor (JIF): 0.212. Inmediacy Index: 0.111. Eigenfactor: 0.00017. Q3 History 55/87
JCR 2014. JIF: 0.300. Inmediacy Index: 0.118. Eigenfactor: 0.00018. Q2 History 43/87
JCR 2013. JIF: 0.345. Inmediacy Index: 0.062. Eigenfactor: 0.00026. Q2 History 21/72
JCR 2012. JIF: 0.200. Inmediacy Index: 0.071. Eigenfactor: 0.00008. Q3 History 41/69
Scopus-Sciverse is a database created by Elsevier Science Direct. It is made up of almost 18,000 journals published by more than 5000 editors that work systematically in pairs to check and evaluate. The system allows for the consultation of articles as far back as 1996. It compiles serials of historical journals, author citations and articles and elaborates impact factors based on these citations. It is a search facility for information, comparison and contact between publishers of other journals. This database introduces the impact factors SJR and SNIP. SJR measures the impact of the journal according to citations received, and considers citations as raw data. SJR not only measures how many times a journal is cited, but also by whom. Its use is based on that of PageRank in Google. SNIP is an impact index used to correct the frequency of the citations according to the different fields of research.
SJR shows the visibility of the journals contained in the Scopus database. SCImago is a researcg group from the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), University of Granada, Extremadura, Carlos III and Alcalá de Henares, dedicated to information analysis, representation and retrieval by means of visualisation techniques.
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European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH).
The European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) is the only reference index created and developed by European researchers. It highlights the vast range of world-class research published by humanities researchers in the European languages. The ERIH Revised Lists 2011 published are the result of the second round of the ERIH project, following the revisions of the ERIH Initial Lists. The old three categories have been renamed, reordered and based on verbal descriptors, which indicate the crucial difference between the NATional journals and the INTernational journals. International journals are themselves classified into two sub-categories based on a combination of two criteria: influence and scope: INT1 Sub-Category and INT2 Sub-Category. Finally, W Category Journals are journals which published their first issue three years or less before the closing date for feedbacks for a given panel. The lists of journals from the ERIH have been considered in conjunction with the resolution of 11/11/2008 of the Presidency of the CNEAI for the evaluation of the research. In article c) in the fields of: 7. Social, Political and Behavioural Science and Education, 8. Economics and Management Sciences; as well as article 3 in the field of 10. History and Artistic Expression and 11. Philosophy, Philology and Linguistics.
Historia Agraria is considered an INT1 Sub-Category journal (international publications with high visibility and influence among researchers in the various research domains in different countries, regularly cited all over the world) in the ERIH Revised Lists 2011
Latindex is an information system about scientific research, technical-professional and scientific disclosure and culture journals, which are published in Latin American countries, the Caribean, Spain and Portugal. The idea for the creation of Latindex came from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in 1995 and became a regional cooperation network in 1997. Latindex currently offers three databases: 1) Directory, with bibliographic data and contact with all the registered journals both online and printed; 2) Catalogue, which only includes journals (printed and online) which comply with specific publishing quality criteria demanded by Latindex.
Historia Agraria complies with all the quality requirements demanded by Latindex.
NATIONAL QUALITY INDEXES FOR SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
IN-RECS (Index of Impact of Spanish Social Science Journals) is a bibliometric index which provides statistical information via a collection of references, with the aim of determining the relevance, influence and scientific impact of Spanish Social Science journals, of the authors who publish in them and the institutions who subscribe to them. At the same time, it allows the references which appear in the works published in Spanish scientific journals to be individually assessed in order to find out the real impact they have had on the targeted scientific community to whom the journal is aimed. IN-RECS publishes an annual list of journals during the final trimester of the year, along with the authors and institutions ordered according to their impact on the industry. The IN-RECS database supplies information through systematic indexing made up of references cited in articles published in 146 Spanish journals from the main disciplines which make up the field of social science (Anthropology, Librarianship, Political Science and Administration, Communication, Economy, Education, Geography, Psychology, Sociology and Urbanization). Currently, from the 145 registered journals, the impact of 756 journals is being analysed. The database of citable articles has reached a total of 185,153 registered articles and 65,898 registered citations.
Historia Agraria is eighth in the list of Economic Journals covering the period of 2005 to 2009 (international citations).
The aim of DICE is to facilitate the knowledge and consultation of some of the publishing characteristics of the Spanish Social Sciences and Humanities scientific journals which are more closely related to quality and less subject to interpretations. In this new version of DICE are included indicators such as mechanisms of assessment of originals employed by journals, institutional and international openness of contributions published, compliance with the frequency of publication established, number of Latindex criteria fulfilled and the category of the journals in three different evaluation systems: ANEP, CARHUS and ERIH. In addition to indicating in which multidisciplinary or specialized databases of international prestige a journal is indexed, an overall score is assigned for its presence in these databases which is related to their relevance and to the requirements that a journal has to fulfil to be included.DICE is the result of a collaboration agreement between Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA), institution which funds its maintenance.DICE y ha sido creada por el Grupo de Investigación Evaluation of Scientific Publications on Social and Human Sciences Research Group (EPUC) which belongs to the Institute of Documentary Studies on Science and Technology (IEDCYT) of the Centre of Human and Social Sciences (CCHS) .ANECA uutilizes DICE as a quality reference for Spanish publications, in their processes of evaluation of university teachers and researchers.
RECyT (Repositorio Español de Ciencia y Tecnología).
RECyT is a collection of services for the Spanish scientific community which aims to support the professionalization and internalisation of scientific publications. In 2007, out of more than 300 journals evaluated by the FECYT, only 33 of them exceeded the levels of quality necessary for access into the repository. Historia Agraria was one of the 33 journals and obtained the seal of quality FECYT. The journal was listed as "excellent" by the Evaluación de Calidad de las Revistas Científicas Españolas (Quality Evaluation of Spanish Scientific Journal) of the FECYT (Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology)
Historia Agraria obtained the certification of scientific excellence in the Quality Evaluation of Spanish Scientific Journal of the FECYT (Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology) in 2013
Spanish Social and Human Science Journals. Assessment and Index of Quotes
RESH presents the results of the Spanish Human and Social Science Journals study from a quality perspective. First it presents the Citation Index corresponding to the years 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 and it is through these that it is possible to evaluate the usefulness and influence of each of the journals cited. From these journals, with one simple click, it is possible to gain access to basic bibliographical data as well as to the levels of compliance of other fundamental parameters of quality, both from an editorial and international visibility point of view, thus facilitating a sense of unity among the different aspects of quality in each journal, which make up this thorough evaluation.
Historia Agraria holds second place in the list of History Journals for number of quotes.
Historia Agraria has an average impact index of 0.536 for the period 1999 to 2003.
The aim of the Integrated scientific journals classification (in Spanish CIRC) is to become a tool to obtain bibliometrics indicators for different levels of aggregation based on the quality of publications. The ranking is the result of consensus of experts in the field of bibliometrics and research evaluation (Grupo Ec3-Universidad de Navarra, Grupo EPUC - IEDCYT-CCHS, Grupo Ec3 - Universidad de Granada, Grupo Acute - IEDCYT-CCHS, Grupo LEMI - Universidad Carlos III and the Fundación Dialnet). The resulting classification consists of four groups of journals (gA, gB, gC, gD) configured according to the visibility of the journals; a fifth group of excellence was created with the most relevant journals (gEx). To create groups and determine quality of the journals, various lists and databases referenced in ANECA and CNEAI standards were used. More information
Born in 2001 in the University of La Rioja, Dialnet is a complete platform for Spanish and Latin-American scientific and humanistic literature. It includes indexes, summaries, and even complete texts published by academic journals, monographies, reviews, proceedings, and other documents. More information.
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