Posted Wed, Jun, 13,2012
Enhanced visibility is one of the prime advantages to authors of publishing in an open access journal like Ophthalmology and Eye Diseases.
One of the ways we measure an article's visibility is the number of views and downloads it receives. The resulting number is available on the journal's webpages for each article, and by adding those numbers together we obtain the journal's visibility figure.
Counting views and downloads is complicated by the possibility of fraud and automated views by search engines. To ensure that readers and authors can have confidence in our visibility analytics we have now formally joined Project Counter. Release 3 of Project Counter's code of practice addresses these and other problems.
Ophthalmology and Eye Diseases' membership of Project Counter ensures that readers and authors can trust its visibility analytics.
Visit this page to see the latest visibility information for Ophthalmology and Eye Diseases.
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