In the previous post “Biomedical Journals on Twitter” I showed a spreadsheet of biomedical Journals
This list was made on request of and for doctors, hence the original list name: Medical Journals.
As this Google-spreadsheet serves as a wiki, anyone (having g-mail) can edit the list. This was quite successful, as there were many additions made.
However, some of the journal titles I would not regard as biomedical. For instance purely (analytical) chemistry, physics, social sciences or history Journals. To me, Medical Biology is Medicine, Biology and disciplines on the interface (histology, anatomy, etc).
But let’s not discuss semantics and be practical. How would you like to see it?
Just like it is (see here) , with all disciplines mixed, all disciplines in a different spreadsheet or one spreadsheet with different tabs (per discipline).
In case of the latter two options, we could also add humanities/social sciences, such as suggested by Dean Giustini
I made a (non-editable)* sample of a spreadsheet with different tabs per discipline to see what it looks like: see here
Below is only a Figure (showing the Medical Tab). Click to enlarge.
The choice is yours.
*The alternative spreadsheet is not editable, because it is not manageable to have two spreadsheets. Data might get lost.
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- List of biomedical journals on Twitter (casesblog.blogspot.com)