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ScopInd (Scopus Indexed Journals) present a large categories of indexed journals lists, particularly the Scopus indexed journals, presented by depending area, country or by search field.
Evaluating scientific quality is a notoriously difficult problem which has no standard solution. Ideally, published scientific results should be scrutinized by true experts in the field and given scores for quality and quantity according to established rules. In practice, however, what is called peer review is usually performed by committees with general competence rather than with the specialist's insight that is needed to assess primary research data.
Various methods have been used to evaluate academic journals and consider for indexing. One gets a picture of how competitive the journal is by looking at the acceptance rate vs the rejection rate. Another way is to examine how often articles are cited in subsequent research to gauge a journal's impact.
Indexed journals are considered to be of higher scientific quality as compared to non-indexed journals. Indexing medical and Lifesciences Journals have become a debatable issue. For a long-time Index Medicus has been the most comprehensive index of Medical Science journal articles. Over the years, many other popular indexing services have developed. These include MEDLINE, PubMed, EMBASE, SCOPUS, EBSCO, ProQuest, Gale and Chemical Abstracts Service, Publishing Electronic Databases among others.
                                                                                                   
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