about IUCrData

Distribution of articles

In the last year, authors from 28 different countries published in IUCrData, the top five being the USA, India, Germany, China and South Korea.

Aims and scope

IUCrData is a peer-reviewed open-access data publication from the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr). This innovative publication aims to provide short descriptions of crystallographic datasets and datasets from related scientific disciplines, as well as facilitating access to the data. The primary article category is Data Reports; these describe crystal structures of inorganic, metal-organic or organic compounds. Information on each crystal structure includes the crystallographic data (CIF and structure factors), a data validation report, figures and a text representation of the data.

Publication identifiers

Title: IUCrData
Abbreviated title: IUCrData
ISSN: 2414-3146
CODEN: IUCRBK
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1107/S24143146

Citation and statistical information

2019 journal statistics

Downloads: 92785
Number of submissions: 195
Acceptance rate: 82%
Average publication time: 0.9 months
Number of articles published: 375
Number of pages: 459

Peer review

Peer review process
Peer review: yes
Review process: single-blind
Number of reviews requested: 385
Number of reviews received: 292

Open access

IUCrData is open access
Open-access licence: Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY)

Publishing costs

Submission fees: none
Page charges: none
Colour charges: none
Open-access fees: the open-access fee is USD 200; click here for more details

Abstracting details

IUCrData is covered by:

Features for authors

  • Online manuscript submission, ease of submission
  • Online tools to help prepare papers
  • Tool available for preparing enhanced figures
  • Quality technical editing
  • Supporting information can be published
  • Online status check facility
  • Article publicity
  • Download, citation and altmetrics statistics available

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