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Figure 3: Claims and actual database indexing of journals in e-mails. (a) Percent of journal e-mails with message body claiming “peer review” of articles, rapid review and/or publication of submitted articles, indexing in PubMed and/or MEDLINE, inclusion in Index Copernicus, and a numeric impact factor other than the Index Copernicus IC Index. (b) Percent of unique journals from e-mails officially indexed or included in MEDLINE, PubMed, PubMed Central, EMBASE, Scopus, Journal Citation Reports, CINAHL, Index Copernicus, and Stop Predatory Journals. See Table 1 for details on these databases

Figure 3: Claims and actual database indexing of journals in e-mails. (a) Percent of journal e-mails with message body claiming “peer review” of articles, rapid review and/or publication of submitted articles, indexing in PubMed and/or MEDLINE, inclusion in Index Copernicus, and a numeric impact factor other than the Index Copernicus IC Index. (b) Percent of unique journals from e-mails officially indexed or included in MEDLINE, PubMed, PubMed Central, EMBASE, Scopus, Journal Citation Reports, CINAHL, Index Copernicus, and Stop Predatory Journals. See Table 1 for details on these databases