Journal Finder uses AI concept-matching technology to ensure your paper aligns with the journal scope, helping you avoid journal rejection and publish faster.
Trinka not only recommends the right journal but also shows you similar papers from each journal so you can better understand scope match and decide easily and confidently.
Trinka's advanced AI identifies journals with unethical practices to prevent you from unknowingly falling victim to fraudulent publishers.
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Find the right journal for your paper quickly by using Trinka’s Journal Finder. See similar papers from each journal to make an informed decision and submit confidently.
Journal Finder uses the latest AI technologies that understand the concepts discussed in your paper and compares them with journal publications to recommend the right journal to you.
Journal Finder recommends the right journal for all scientific disciplines, thanks to its vast database of published papers.
Journal Finder uses a large database of scientific publications gathered from sources such as Crossref and PubMed.
Journal Finder shows how publications of your topic have performed over time and gives you a sense of the visibility of your paper after publication.
Journal Finder shows you similar articles from each suggested journal so you can be sure your paper matches the journal’s scope and avoid desk rejection.
Journal Finder’s smart filters let you refine your search across various data points (subject, open access, impact factor & more) to easily find the right journal quickly. You can set custom filters too!
Trinka's Journal Finder uses advanced AI concept-matching technologies to help you locate journals across different disciplines and publications to find the most appropriate journal for your manuscript.
No. Trinka's database is not limited to open source journals. The database contains papers drawn from sources such as Crossref and PubMed. In case you would like to look for open source journals only, you can filter the results.
Yes, you can do that. Journal Finder will check your paper to determine whether it is suitable for publishing in your journal of choice and will also suggest suitable alternatives.
Predatory publishing is a fraudulent practice that researchers need to be aware of. Predatory journals “are fake scholarly publications lack the usual features of editorial oversight and transparent policies and operating procedures that are expected from legitimate peer-reviewed publications.” (COPE Council. COPE Discussion Document: Predatory Publishing. November 2019. https://doi.org/10.24318/cope.2019.3.6).