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INTRODUCTION TO A NEW KIND OF RESORCE – F1000. Georg Reimer October 2011. ABOUT FACULTY OF 1000. What is Faculty of 1000?. An article-by-article review service Highlights and recommends the most important articles published in biology and medicine

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what is faculty of 1000
What is Faculty of 1000?
  • An article-by-article review service
  • Highlights and recommends the most important articles published in biology and medicine
  • Articles selected by our global expert ‘Faculty’ of the world’s most prestigious scientists and clinicians
  • Faculty Members and their evaluations are organized into over 40 faculties, which are further subdivided into over 300 sections (specialties)
who are the experts
WHO ARE THE EXPERTS?

The Faculty

Composed of 5,000 Faculty Members and

5,000 Associate Faculty Members.

Our internationally renowned faculty includes:

  • 6 Nobel Prize winners
  • 12 Lasker Prize winners
  • 81 Fellows of The Royal Society
  • 97 Members of the Institute of Medicine
  • 136 Members of the National Academy of Sciences
evaluations

http://f1000.com/evaluations

EVALUATIONS

Browse & Search

Abstract

Comments

Dissents

Article rankings

f1000 posters

http://f1000.com/posters

F1000 POSTERS
  • Open Access repository
  • Launched in June 2010
  • Over 300 key conferences covered
  • Early release of novel research
  • Faculty evaluations
f1000 reports

http://f1000.com/reports

F1000 REPORTS
  • Review articles
  • Written by our Faculty Members
  • Indexed in PubMed with full text in PubMed Central
  • Open Access
  • Peer reviewed
what are f1000 journal rankings
what are f1000 Journal rankings?

F1000’s Journal Rankings are opinion-based.

Each journal is given an individual score, the F1000 Journal Factor (FFj).

The FFj is calculated from the sum of the F1000 Article Factors (FFa) achieved by the evaluated articles published in that journal.

FFj scores are normalized to take the size of the journal into account.

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what are f1000 Journal rankings?

The calculation includes

3 key considerations:

Number of articles evaluated

Total score of evaluated articles

Total number of articles published

the 3 levels of rankings
THE 3 LEVELS OF RANKINGS

Current Rankings (Monthly)

Calculated on the first day of each month

Takes into account previous12 months

Annual Rankings – Provisional

Calculated July each year

Based on previous full calendar year

Annual Rankings – Final

Calculated July each year

Based on last but one full calendar year

beyond the impact factor
BEYOND THE IMPACT FACTOR

We have now published Beta versions of:

2007-2009 Annual Rankings Final

2010 Annual Rankings Provisional

Current Journal Rankings

These historical rankings, based on a calendar year’s worth of articles, will be easy to compare with the Impact Factor.

rankings by specialty
RANKINGS BY SPECIALTY

F1000 Journal Rankings can be viewed:

Across all of F1000

Across Biology OR Medicine

By individual Faculty

By individual Section

Researchers can use the rankings to discover which journals have the most evaluated papers in their own specialty.

key features of f1000 s journal rankings
KEY FEATURES OF F1000’S JOURNAL RANKINGS

Qualitative

Transparent

Robust

Essential

Rapid

F1000’s Journal Rankings are calculated based on the opinions of active scientists and clinicians, experts in their fields. This avoids inherent problems with assessing journals based on citations or download metrics.

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KEY FEATURES OF F1000’S JOURNAL RANKINGS

Qualitative

Transparent

Robust

Essential

Rapid

We make it easy to see exactly which articles count towards a journal’s ranking, who selected each article, and why.

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KEY FEATURES OF F1000’S JOURNAL RANKINGS

Qualitative

Transparent

Robust

Essential

Rapid

The rankings cannot be gamed by self-citation or manipulation of download counts. Our peer-selected Faculty agree to a strict code of conduct and the rankings do not include reviews or other non-primary research articles.

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KEY FEATURES OF F1000’S JOURNAL RANKINGS

Qualitative

Transparent

Robust

Essential

Rapid

Based only on positive reviews of the literature, the rankings enable researchers to discover which journals they need to read, as well as the best places to publish in each discipline and specialty.

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KEY FEATURES OF F1000’S JOURNAL RANKINGS

Qualitative

Transparent

Robust

Essential

Rapid

Most evaluations are received within three weeks of an article being published and will have an immediate impact on the monthly rolling rankings that F1000 publish.

the future for f1000
The future for f1000

What are we planning?

More rankings

  • Institutions
  • Authors

Expanding coverage

More Faculty Members

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