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Journals with high IF get more attention, so might get "better" articles. However I am interested in finding papers published in minor journals that have a high number of citations, say >100.

I can't seem to do this search on web of science. How is this achieved?

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Scopus allows you to do this. Search for the journal name and then sort by number of citations.

  • but I would like to do a global search perhaps by doing a double sort IF and n of citations. – Herman Toothrot Mar 4 '15 at 17:54
  • I think you can do this in Scopus (see the "compare journals" option). It uses a slightly different metric since impact factor is privately owned. – Bitwise Mar 4 '15 at 20:03

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