The Impact Factor for a journal represents the citation rate over a given time period for an average article in a given journal. A journals' impact factor is one of the measures used to measure journals' importance (or impact) in its field.
Impact Factors are found in the Web of Science using the Journal Citation Report tool.
1. Select a year, edition, and viewing option:
2. Select the sort option for your data.
3. The results screen lists the journal title, ISSN, Journal Citation Report data (including the one year and five year impact factors), and Eigenfactor Metrics.
4. Results can be re-sorted using the Sorted Again: drop-down menu on the top left of the screen.
In order to print or save file, mark the records, then click on "Update Marked List." You will then be able to format the list to print or save to a .txt file.