NOTE: It is always important to read the requirements of the funding agency or other applications to determine if Journal Metrics will be applicable or allowed.
I have published regularly in top quality journals, with eight publications in Q1 journals and three in Q2 journals. For my total publications 65% are in Q1 journals.
1. Go to Web of Science
2. Search for your name variants (e.g. Smith R A OR Smith Roger A)
3. Click on the journal title in the result. The impact factor and quartile information will appear. Unfortunately, this data is not downloaded with Web of Science records.
4. Repeat for each journal and calculate the percentage and number in Q1/Q2 journals manually
Note : InCites will display these figures for you in the researcher profile, however you have to export the results to Incites first. This is best done by adding the records to a Marked List and then exporting them. Incites will only show records form the Core Collection. This option is found under “Export ..” at the top of Web of Science result sets. It is usually easier to calculate this figure manually