Web of Science provides detailed information about the journals it indexes, including those titles that are Open Access. Among the types of data included for a source are the following:
To find out publication information on a journal, choose Journal Citation Reports from the top Web of Science Menu.
You can than search for a particular journal or browse by journal or category. The JCR search screen allows researchers to view journals by rank, view categories by rank, or create custom reports. You need to be logged in to access some of the custom features of JCR, such as customizing indicators on the results page.
JCR Landing Page
All Journals Ranked by Impact Factor
Categories as well as journals can be ranked by a variety of indicators, including the number of journals in the field, the number of articles, the total number of citations to journals in that field, and the median and aggregate impact factors of journals in the field.
This example is simply all Web of Science categories ranked by the number of journals in the field; however, you can choose specific categories and look at only those.
The landing page for a journal in Web of Science provides a variety of data about that journal, including:
Web of Science allows users to compare the metrics for journal titles using Journal Citations Reports. To do that, go to Journal Citation Reports, choose Browse by Journal, then choose Compare Journals.
Choose the comparison you want to make -- Quartile or Trends, click on Select Journals, then search for the journals you are interested in. These will be added to the box below. Click on the titles in the box to select them, choose the reporting year you are interested in from the drop down menu (you can choose multiple years for the Trends report but not for the Quartile report), then choose the metrics you want to use to compare journals (you can choose multiple metrics for the Quartile report but not for the Trends report.)
Trends Report Example