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Global Trends
The impact factor is one of the most discussed topics in the publishing and scientific community. Thomson Reuters assigns most journals a yearly impact factor (IF), which is the mean 
Publication Buzzwords
The peer review system has been the cornerstone of scientific publishing for centuries. Most reputed journals use peer review as they believe it assures some form of quality control in the...
Publication Ethics
Peer review is perceived as one of the mainstays of scientific publishing. Papers that undergo the peer review process are held in high esteem since the quality of research is scrutinized
Manuscript Structure
I haven’t received any questions since my last post, so today I will talk about the most basic and important aspect of a research paper—the tit
Grammar and Writing
Novice researchers are often discouraged from using the first person pronouns I and we in their writing, and the most common reason given for avoiding the use of the first person
Quick facts about the American Journal of Ophthalmology
Hi, according to JCR rules, when a journal changes its name, only the old...

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