Journal Impact Versus Paper Impact | GenomeWeb

Prodigal Academic says when you are choosing where to submit a manuscript, it's important to consider who is most likely to actually read it. While her institution may place more emphasis on publishing in journals with high impact factors, she would rather see her paper make an impact among her peers.

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