APJTB ICV : 122.47, normalized ICV: 7.66

 

   Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine (APJTB) in 2014 received the ICV (Index Copernicus Value) of 122.47 points. And the normalized value is 7.66 for the year 2014 available HRER (http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/Asian+Pacific+Journa,p131,3.html?utm_source=SARE&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ICI+Journals+Master+List+2014).
   This year the scientific journal’s evaluation methodology developed by Index Copernicus has undergone some important changes. The ICV is composed of two elements:
>Quality of scientific journal, for which a journal may receive up to 100 points,
>Impact of scientific journal, for this criterion a journal may receive from 0 to 400 points based on the complex algorithms.
   The normalized value is used to compare the ICV for 2014 with the indexes from previous years. For more detailed information, please visit:http://indexcopernicus.com

IC value 2013 for APJTB was 8.6; 2012 was 7.75.

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