1. Indexed Databases

An indexed database is a collection of documents (books, journals, articles, etc.) that can be accessed and searched in an organized manner.

They present the complete document record with various metrics to evaluate the impact of the indexed content. These databases can be free or require a subscription for access. In general, they are the best places to find detailed data, formats, and metrics for a wide variety of subjects.

In the next topic, are the databases in which the journal is indexed. Click on the image to access more information.

2. Open Acess Database

Base Citefactor
Diadorim GoogleScholar



3. Restrict Acess by Subscription