Posted Tue, Aug, 07,2012
Enhanced visibility is one of the prime advantages to authors of publishing in an open access journal like Clinical Medicine Insights: Therapeutics.
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.
Clinical Medicine Insights: Therapeutics' membership of Project Counter ensures that readers and authors can trust its visibility analytics.
Visit this page to see the latest visibility information for Clinical Medicine Insights: Therapeutics
Tue 21 May, 2013Article Reprint Service Available Now
Tue 21 May, 2013Review of Targeted Therapies for Advanced HCC
Tue 21 May, 2013Sequencing and Computing for Microbial Identification
As an author of a review published in Translational Oncogenomics, I was impressed by the prompt processing and speed of publication. The entire submission, review and publication process was easy, quick and pleasant. The comments from reviewers and associate editor were high quality, scientifically deep and objective. It was a great pleasure to cooperate with such qualified and friendly team. I highly recommend publication in Libertas Academica journals.
All authors are surveyed after their articles are published. Authors are asked to rate their experience in a variety of areas, and their responses help us to monitor our performance. Presented here are their responses in some key areas. No 'poor' or 'very poor' responses were received; these are represented in the 'other' category.See Our Results
Copyright © 2013 Libertas Academica Ltd (except open access articles and accompanying metadata and supplementary files.)