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JSCM is proud to be considered a high impact journal. Impact has traditionally been measured as citations. But with advances in IT we can measure impact in other ways; including downloads. Our publisher, Wiley, has started sharng information on the most downloaded articles in its journals. Here we share two spreadsheets that give you a bit more information on JSCM. The first shows every article published in JSCM in 2017 - and their downloads from January 1, 2017 until June 30, 2018. The second, shows the total downloads for every article published in JSCM with at least one download, from 2013-2018. We also provide some summary statistics. and a clickable DOI link to each paper.

We are providing this data based on what we have access to - which is Wiley's systems.  We don't have information on downloads from University Repositories, Research Gate, SSRn and the like. Please let us know if this information is useful and if there is other information we might be able to provide. 


JSCMs papers published in 2017 download history (January 1, 2017 until June 30, 2018)

From the data below we can see
Total number of downloads of JSCMs 2017 published papers in the last18 months was 26,647,
Median of total downloads of our 2017 published papers within those18 months was 1084,
Standard Deviation of downloads of our 2017 published papers within those 18 months was: 864.11

Overall Downloads 2013-2018

From the data below we can see
Total number of downloads of JSCMs (770) papers during the timeframe 2013-2018 was 677,472
Median of total downloads of JSCMs papers during the timeframe 2013-2018 was 217,
Standard Deviation of JSCMs papers during the timeframe 2013-2018 was: 2009.60

Jacqueline Jago