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  • J-Gate

    J-Gate is a bibliographic database to access global e-journal literature. As a discovery platform for the research community, it is presented as a website under subscription-based access to a large database of scientific research. It contains abstracts, citations, full-text access for all Open Access journals and other key details from academic journals by covering 55 Million+ Indexed Articles, 50,000+ Journals from over 16,000 Publishers. It gives two types of quality measure for each title; those are H-index and SJR (SCImago Journal Rank).

    It is developed and launched in 2001 by Informatics India Ltd. As a contribution to the Open Access community, Informatics initially also offered a free platform named Open J-Gate.

    The current J-Gate version is categorized into 6 different top level subjects like Biomedical Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Social & Management Science, Agriculture & Biological Sciences, Arts & Humanities and Basic Sciences. J-Gate is accompanied by an extended version, named J-Gate Custom Content for Consortia, offered as a customized resource-sharing platform for Consortium members.