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Article Topic: Some Algebraic Inequalitties
I have been collecting some algebraic inequalities, soonly it has been completed and published on Romanian Mathematical Magazine.
If anyone is interested to submit a book chapter in our upcoming book "Bioactive Microbial Metabolite: scope and Challenges-II" we heartily welcome that, the last date to submit the abstract is 30 September 2023.
1) There is no publications of mine in areas other than pure mathematics.
2) there is only 1 article of mine with P. Coulton: "Besicovitch triangles cover unit arcs"
published in 2006 by Geometric Dedicata
Most journals considered predatory are not really predatory. I have personally sent articles to check how they operate. They did plagiarism test and also reviewed the papers. Another aspect is that, they are fast and cheaper. They dysmystify the research publishing process. However, older publishers and their editors will not accept this truth because it represents a threat to their monopoly. They came up with all kinds of databases spreading scare among scholars not to publish or review for the new open access. The irony is that, the same people who accused the new publishers of not doing peer review are also telling academics not to act as editors or reviewers for such journals. Their aim is to kill competition and perpetuate monopoly. They conveniently forget the antitrust law, for those based here in USA. Institutions should award credit to those who work for open access journals as editors not minding whether they are indexed in one particular platform or not. Institutions should also take the issue of peer review seriously by awarding points for peer reviewing. If academics and professionals get fully involved in open access publishing, high quality knowledge will be available on the go, time for publishing will reduce and cost of publishing an article will be pushed down by competition. At the moment the old publishers who charge over 2000 dollars for their open access journals are the real predators. People living in Nigeria my country for example, have attained very high level of information technology such that many are on the internet 24/7. So why should a Nigerian scholar pay three times his monthly salary to get published when there are international publishers based on the country charging around 100 dollars. Is it not the same people who write and publish in the so called whitelisted journals that publish there? What is needed in Nigeria and India which already have the technology for publishing science digitally is for academics to get involved in the editorial process. This will make them know those publishers that are abiding by ethics and the headache of having to wait for six months for editorial decision only for your paper to be rejected will be solved. Also, before patronizing a publisher online check the age of the website. If it has existed for five years and its articles are clearly accessible without adverts and technical quits, then you have a guarantee that it's a journal that will not short down within a short period of time. Universities should help their research get visible globally online by acknowledging all journals being covered by Google Scholar and whose articles can be found on researchgate.net
I have more papers and chapters published and available online. Is it possible to indicate also those texts at the ResearchGate? Thank you.
Please let me know, If i want to Publish our work in Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, whether it belongs to OA OR SUBSCRIPTION based?
Hello everyone! I am looking for Q1 journals in which it is free to publish in the area of microbiology or pharmacology and I wanted to know if you know of any.
One of my review articles has been selected by IJSSRR. They asked me for an APC, which is 40 euro. I am pretty confused about their reputations by checking their website details.
Should I proceed to publish with them?
Website link: https://ijssrr.com/journal
I found very similar questions but I would like to hear more opinions on this.
My paper was recently accepted by a conference and I'm preparing for the camera ready version.
However in the reviews, one reviewer says "the authors must add another 4-7 references in their final version ( camera ready) before the paper is officially published. The following references must be added: " A), B), C), D), E), F) .
The reviewer listed six papers which have a common author who is one of the technical committees of the conference.
The first two papers A) B) are obviously irrelevant to my research and I have no idea how to cite them.
Other four are somehow relevant and I could cite one of them.
However, "must be added" sounds a bit strange to me and I wonder if I really need to follow it.
Do I have to cite all of those papers and is it compulsive?
Can someone kindly help me to download the supplementary file from the paper published in the Journal of Hydrology, entitled "Influence of solar activity and EI Niño-Southern Oscillation on precipitation extremes, streamflow variability and flooding events in an arid-semiarid region of China"
I could not seem to locate where the supplementary file is actually located on the website. Does Elsevier provide these files free of cost?
Thank you for your time
If a manuscript has been published in a campus repository, then the manuscript will be published in a journal. Is this allowed in terms of publication ethics?
Is it just me, or is the number of systematic reviews and meta-analyses increasing dramatically? I see the value of both types of paper (and their combination), but increasingly I see excessive replication, when excellent systematic reviews and meta-analyses have already been published and it's basically the same set of studies being reviewed and summarized for no clear scientific reasons. I think research supervisors need to make sure they aren't overusing this type of paper to give grad students an easy way to publish prior to gathering their own data. There should always be a scientific need for the review, not just a desire for a publication. And editors should be insisting on a clear rationale for any systematic review/meta-analysis before accepting it for peer review.
I would appreciate if you could tell me, where is it possible to publish academic texts written in the microlanguage as Silesian language (west-slavic) is? I would like to present certain aspects on Silesian Texans and write the article in Silesian. If you could advice me on academic journals, which like to support micro languages, I would appreciate your recommendations.
Thank you in advance!
I would like to know if anybody could tell me any ecology or similar journal that could publish videos with doi similar to this paper:
A very frequent question about the merger of two datasets (e.g. Scopus and Web of Science) is asked by those interested in the bibliometric studies. Wherein, the common logic behind doing so is the intention of scholars to have a broader and better coverage of studies published in any specific area of study.
A number of studies/scholars have proposed ways in which two datasets can be merged. Though it is possible to merge two datasets from different databases, a basic question that is rarely addressed is:
Should we merge two datasets from different databases for a bibliometric study?
The simple conclusion based on the very nature of these databases is: NO.
1. Differences in the coverage: Scopus have wider coverage than WOS. But WOS provides more in-depth insights.
2. Both use different matrices to measure the published literatures impact.
3. Citation scores of both Scopus and WOS for the same publications are different because of the differences in coverage.
4. The time range of the two databases in terms of two databases coverage is also different.
So, When merging two datasets, how would it be decided which data/duplicate to exclude for a specific publication that is in both databases?
What do you think? Looking forward to some interesting opinions and views.
For simple step by step bibliometric analysis do read our paper;
dear research I need to correct the title of one of my articles due to my mistake in citing myself among the authors and not among Acknowledgments .... how should I do? thanks for the help you give me
...other than Settler Colonial Studies?
My name is Kikila Perrin, a settler of mostly Germanic and Celtic lineage living on unceded lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ territory (Victoria area, BC) doing my PhD at UVic (INTD - Indigenous Studied/Geog), and I'm looking to publish a co-authored article that is a reflection on the embodied experiences of 2 settlers as they engage in "decolonization" work (this term is problematic). This feels more "settler colonial studies" (centring the experiences of settlers) than it does Indigenous studies (neither of us are Indigenous), and after some time googling for it can only find Settler Colonial Studies.
Appreciate any guidance the community can share.
I am interested in looking at published single-cell data to verify my gene of interests. Any advice would we much appreciated.
Now, this is actually a cheap way of getting responses to a survey which we are doing, but it is also true. This is an experiment in priming. Please respond to the survey and we might get enough data to publish on this, and see whether it works.
I am a professor and researcher at the Federal Institute of Education, Science, and Technology of Amazonas, located in the Brazilian Amazon. Our institution maintains a scientific journal focused on the publication of studies on Technological Education in its various aspects, especially those focused on teacher training at all levels of education. Every year our Journal publishes a special edition with a specific theme. In 2024 the theme will be “Technological Education and Innovation: Perspectives for the Near Future.” In this sense, I invite you to submit one of your studies for publication in our special issue.
For submission, it is necessary to register as an author at the link https://sistemascmc.ifam.edu.br/educitec/index.php/educitec/user/register. More details on the subject and the deadline for submission can be found at https://sistemascmc.ifam.edu.br/educitec/index.php/educitec/announcement. It will be an honor for our journal to publish your study in our special issue in January 2024.
I have published several articels in NLM cataloged journals, of which it seems that they can be submitted via author manuscript submission. Though it appears that only NIH funded manuscripts may be published?
If I did not have funding for my articles, is there a way to submit my NLM cataloged submission to get a PMC on PubMed?
The reviewers bias stand in the way of a publication or proposal being funded. That happened to me a couple of times (re essays and even as to grant proposals , The biases of the reviewer can get in the way of genuine progress.
Dear Miss/Sir of ResearchGate,
I just found that the first author's name "Li Wang" in my published papers was changed to be "Linney Coo" at ResearchGate.
Please see the following web page at:
The attached files include the original paper and the correct web site of Sustainable Environment Research as well as the picture files captured from ResearchGate for my published papers with "Linney Coo" as the first author.
Please solve these problems immediately.
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i would love to publish my research in both languages English and Russian, could you Pease help me how can i do that?
May I know how to send my article for publication here or I'm I to send already published paper (as an attachment) to be uploaded here?
I needed to be properly guided on this.
It is a question that I came across while reading answers to questions regarding expensive fees being charged to professional authors by global prominent publishers, in order, to get their manuscripts/articles/books/etc. published.
Hello, thanks for helping me with the question. Im a student and librarian in the my university. Ive been working with academics from various of our faculties and wanted to know if i can publish my individual works. I have certificates in philosophy and history, thought not a bachelor degree and im studying a bachelor on psychology. Can i publish my philosophy papers with my certificates and or psychology papers?
I’m seeking information about how to change my author affiliation for an article published in the past. I reached out to the journal editor, who stated that the article is indexed by EBSCO and ERIC, so my affiliation is in their database.
Can anyone offer information about (1) whether changing the affiliation is possible and (2) how to go about getting it changed, if it’s possible to make the change?
Thanks a bunch!
Hi there, I would like to publish my undergraduate research in relation to Attention Restoration Theory and Stress Reduction Theory. Where is the best place to get this published?
Dear Science Lovers,
I have published here a new theoretical article called 'Unravelling the mysteries of the amazing space and the creation of the universe!'.
I invite you to read it and discuss it. Hope you will help me by giving your valuable feedback. thank you
We submitted a manuscript to PLOS ONE and were accepted for publication on July 12, 2023. We paid the article processing charge a few days later, but the article has still not been published (after 40 days). A DOI has been generated but it leads nowhere (10.1371/journal.pone.0289151).
We have tried contacting PLOS ONE through multiple email addresses and have received no response. We also tried to call the phone number listed on our invoice to confirm payment, but were directed to an automated message that told us to send them an email. Due to 'high volume' they expected to get back to us in 7-10 business days.
Has anyone else had delays in publishing with PLOS lately?
I'm trying to update a preprint through the suggested route at the bottom of this page (https://explore.researchgate.net/display/support/Preprints). When I click on 'Add Published Version' pointing to the new publication, I get an error stating that my account doesn't have permission to modify the publication. This might be because I merged two accounts previously, having posted the preprint with my older account. Although I'm not sure. How can I fix this?
Am jnable to claim and confirm authorship of my own article recently published. Because someone is impersonated me??
I am trying to use ECMWF 10-days forecast data (https://data.ecmwf.int/forecasts/) as Initial & Boundary condition in WPS.
Where can I find the Vtable.ECMWF for it? The default/given Vtable.ECMWF inside WRF doesn't work for this newly published forecast data.
I have a compact, sequentially-written manuscript, perceived as a "Full length article", which represents a novel methodology for a research criteria. The paper contains much VBA, where the outcomes are specifically dependent on. The word count is around 11000 words.
Does anybody know whether exist some Elsevier published journal, that allow more than 8000 words for a full length article?
Much thanks in advance
My research thesis submitted but I have experimental data so I want to publish that data before viva examination.
Please suggest me any reputed journal and fast response journal name also free publication.
Asian Journal of Extension Education ISSN No. 0971-3115 Published by Maharashtra Society of Extension Education. I need the following information. If anyone has idea about how to calculate please provide me.
1. Scopus Cite Score:
2. Scimago Journal Ranking (SJR):
3. Resurchify Impact Score:
They ask me to pay the APC, but I refuse and send retracted letter, but they did not reply to me.
Now, the paper has been published.
What can he do now?
The question is from one of my friends.
There are several factors that contribute to the challenges faced by many PhD and MSc students when attempting to produce publishable articles for international journals.
Why are many PhD and MSc students challenged in producing publishable article for international journal?
Hello every one, I am looking for a fair reviewer to review my paper titled
Sex-Based Analysis of Lung Cancer Survival and Prediction Using Retrospective Cohort Data: Insights from the SEER Registry and Machine Learning
the reviewer must have published a paper with Scopus
post graduate studies often done in English and most papers are published in English. student all over the world take fondamental programs in their mother language, hen they reach to the reserch level, they are obliged to master the subject matter in English. what is the shortest way for them?
Years ago, to know the work of other researchers we had only two ways: attending conferences and reading the publications (hard copy at that time) on the renowned journals.
At present, why we still consider the process of publication? A lot of predatory journals, many open access journal accept papers in so few days that a normal peer review process is debatable.
A couple of reviewers are really better than what any researcher can comment (with positive or negative meaning) if you download on RG or LinkedIn?
Is it still worth for some specific reasons or just for the academic goal "Publish or Perish"?
I have a model that I am using to validate mechanical testing. I have validate three models up to 5% with a 1.5mm mesh. I have performed a mesh sensitivity study and found that smaller mesh sizes change my results. My model has the correct boundary conditions, correct material properties, etc.. I am trying to publish my paper and wondering if it's common that you can validate a model without mesh sensitivity? If it is not, what is the proper way of performing mesh sensitivity on a corrugated core? I don't want to go smaller in mesh because my models is no longer validated. Thank you.
What is the typical timeframe for a published journal article to be indexed in SCIE/Web of Science (WoS)?
The paper "Steady-State Transitions and Polymorph Transformations in Continuous Precipitation of Calcium Carbonate ", published in September 1994
- Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 33(9) where Debasish Chakraborty is the First author instead of Debapratim Chakraborty. You can check the original publication and rectify the name of the first author.
A confirmation from you would be appreciated.
My doubt is that probably not all sites have the same exposure
I have successfully published three shapefiles as a layer group in GeoServer. However, in my web application, I am currently facing an issue where only one layer from the layer group is displaying, and I intend to display all the layers in the group.
I hope this question finds you in good health & spirit!
This is a repeated question but in a different way.
How can I add a research paper to Google Scholar? I have the following three papers, all of them have been added manually to the "Research Scholar":
Nidhal El-Omari, “Sea Lion Optimization Algorithm for Solving the Maximum Flow Problem”, International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security (IJCSNS), e-ISSN: 1738-7906, DOI: 10.22937/IJCSNS.2020.20.08.5, 20(8):30-68, 2020.
Nidhal El-Omari, “An Efficient Two-level Dictionary-based Technique for Segmentation and Compression Compound Images”, Modern Applied Science, The Canadian Center of Science and Education, published by Canadian Center of Science and Education, Canada, p-ISSN:1913-1844, e-ISSN:1913-1852, DOI:10.5539/mas.v14n4p52, 14(4):52-89, 2020.
Nidhal El-Omari, M. H. Alzaghal, and Sameh Ghwanmeh, “ICT and Emergency Volunteering in Jordan: Current and Future Trends”, Computer Science and Information Technology, published by Horizon Research Publishing Corporation (HRPUB), p-ISSN:2331-6063, e-ISSN:2331-6071, DOI: 10.13189/csit.2015.030402, 3(4):105-112, 2015.
But, I couldn't find any one of them when I search for the usual way. To be sure, you can see the three attached snapshots.
I understand that one can add a supplement to a research item that has already been published on ResearchGate. But is there a way to do the opposite?
Basically, I do not undestand how to publish a preprint with several supplements and then link them to the published version of an article as well.
I cannot introduce the name of this Journal Revista Democracia digital e Governo eletrônico where I have published my article. The program does not function correctly. The Revista has the ISSN: 2175-9391. Why?
Hi Folks~ I'm working with a student and one of the supervisors has suggested using FA on responses from wave 1, to select items to use in wave 2; is this a) ethical and
I'm thinking no on both counts:
It would be polite to ask permission of the original authors/publishers to break up their scales; 'stacking the deck' re. hypothesis testing, as the full/part scale will be chosen based on those scoring in the direction wanted (on average)
Or am I missing something (or more than one thing ~:-)
There is an abundance of new scientific literature that has been published (over the past year and a half) on new clinical research developments of electronic-nose (e-nose), or artificial olfaction and related technologies, for the early detection and diagnosis of Covid-19 coronavirus infections in human patients. This question centers around the idea of whether any of these research approaches have actually been further developed (beyond proof of concept) to the extent that new diagnostic methods (based on e-nose instruments) are already being used in clinical practice. I am not looking for literature (published research) on experimental trials, but rather actual examples of clinical uses (locations of medical facilities and technologies used) that have already been implemented in a known clinical setting or for point-of-care testing (POCT).