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Growth of SDI and world publication market

 

As of 2014, total 25,064 journals are competing in World market of journal publication. In 2011, total 1.98 million articles were published by 20395 journals. In 2014, total 25064 journals published cumulatively 2.42 million articles. Market scenario of world journal publication industry is provided below.

From 2011 to 2014 four biggies, namely, Elsevier BV, Springer-Nature, Wiley-Blackwell and Informa UK Limited had average market share of 23.4%, 11.1%, 7% and 5.1% respectively. These four biggies cumulatively control 46.7% of the world journal publishing market. See the below figure to get more information.

 

In the year 2014 Elsevier BV, Springer Nature, Wiley-Blackwell, Informa UK Limited and Trans Tech Publications published 570398, 274936, 152588, 120250 and 58911 articles respectively. World's top 15 publishers cumulatively published 1539950 articles, which is roughly 63.5% of total published articles in 2014 (i.e. 2423122 articles).

 

Sciencedomain International started its journey in 2011 with a portfolio of 18 journals. In 2015, Sciencedomain international operates total 35 journals. In that time several journals from new publishers as well reputed publishers could not sustain the fierce competition in journal publication industry. Several journals are about to die or already closed. As of 2015, Sciencedomain international controls 0.27% of the world publishing market. Other leading OA publishers like, Public Library of Science (PLoS), Hindawi Publishing Corporation, MDPI AG control 1.4%, 1.2% and 0.5% of the world publishing market, respectively.

Sciencedomain international had 0.01% share in 2011. From 2011, Sciencedomain international is growing with remarkable growth rate. It is really commendable that Sciencedomain international grew from 0.01% to 0.14% in first four years of its operation. It should be also noted that growth rate of Sciencedomain international in first four years of operation is more than that of other leading OA publishers like Public Library of Science (PLoS), Hindawi Publishing Corporation, MDPI AG (as shown below).

 

We are extremely thankful to our all authors, who are keeping faith on the quality of SDI journals. SDI journals have been chosen by academicians of many famous universities like Harvard, Columbia University, Cambridge, University of Chicago, Yale University, University of Göttingen, etc (Please see here). In order to maintain highest level of transparency and high standard of review, 33 SDI journals presently follow highly respected and toughest Advanced OPEN peer-review systemWe are so much thankful to our peer reviewers for making ‘Advanced OPEN peer review system’ a great success. Editors are developing, protecting and nurturing all SDI journals like their 'own baby' with great passion and dedication. We hope that scholarly community will appreciate this Advanced OPEN peer-review system, which is expected to give doubtless scholarly benefit and impact to the authors in long run. Additionally we strongly encourage and promote “Post-publication Peer review” by our comment section. Sciencedomain International sincerely thanks everybody for its present position in world publication market.

 

For more information please contact:

Ms. M. B. Mondal, Ph.D.
Publisher
Email: director@sciencedomain.org

 

Last update: 12-Dec-2015, Data collected on 25-11-2015. 

Data source: http://sciforum.net, http://www.crossref.org/

Journal, having CrossRef article metadata, considered in this report.

Publishers with more than 100 papers per year only considered in this report.

 

Index Copernicus Evaluation Result Released

 

We are delighted to inform that Index Copernicus (a leading indexing organization from Poland) recently selected following SDI journals for IC Journal Master List.

 

1. Annual Research & Review in Biology: ICV 2015: 78.73

2. British Journal of Environment and Climate Change: ICV 2015: 76.74

3. British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research: ICV 2015: 92.53

4. British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research: ICV 2015: 75.60

5. Cardiology and Angiology: An International Journal: ICV 2015: 74.64

6. International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health: ICV 2015: 75.28

7. International Neuropsychiatric Disease Journal: ICV 2015: 74.64

8. International STD Research & Reviews: ICV 2015: 73.78

 

Index Copernicus International is an international, specialized platform for promoting scientific achievements, as well as supporting national and international collaboration between scientists, publishers of scientific journals and scientific entities.

 

We congratulate all peer reviewers and editors for this success. We are extremely thankful to our peer reviewers and editors for making ‘Advanced OPEN peer review system’ a great success. In order to maintain highest level of transparency and high standard of review, this journal presently follows highly respected and toughest Advanced OPEN peer-review system. We hope that you will appreciate this Advanced OPEN peer-review system, which is expected to give doubtless scholarly benefit and impact to the authors in long run. Additionally we strongly encourage and promote “Post-publication Peer review” by our comment section.


For more information please contact:

Ms. M. B. Mondal, Ph.D.
Publisher
Email: director@sciencedomain.org

 

Index Copernicus Value of British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research

 

 

We are delighted to inform that Index Copernicus (a leading indexing organization from Poland) recently selected British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research for IC Journal Master List. This journal got Index Copernicus Value (ICV): 92.53. Information about the indexation can be found at: https://goo.gl/APwFSI   

Detailed scoring can be found in the Detailed Report of the Evaluation, which is attached here.

 

Index Copernicus International is an international, specialized platform for promoting scientific achievements, as well as supporting national and international collaboration between scientists, publishers of scientific journals and scientific entities.

 

We congratulate all peer reviewers and editors for this success. We are extremely thankful to our peer reviewers and editors for making ‘Advanced OPEN peer review system’ a great success. In order to maintain highest level of transparency and high standard of review, this journal presently follows highly respected and toughest Advanced OPEN peer-review system. We hope that you will appreciate this Advanced OPEN peer-review system, which is expected to give doubtless scholarly benefit and impact to the authors in long run. Additionally we strongly encourage and promote “Post-publication Peer review” by our comment section.


For more information please contact:

Ms. M. B. Mondal, Ph.D.
Publisher
Email: director@sciencedomain.org

 

 

 

 

Index Medicus selected 15 SDI journals

 

We are delighted to inform that Index Medicus (IMSEAR) has selected following 15 SDI journals for inclusion in their database. (Link: http://goo.gl/uXULhz)

 

1. British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research (ISSN: 2231-0614)

 

2. International Journal of Biochemistry Research & Review (ISSN: 2231-086X)

 

3. European Journal of Nutrition & Food Safety (ISSN: 2347-5641)

 

4. British Microbiology Research Journal (ISSN: 2231-0886)

 

5.European Journal of Medicinal Plants (ISSN: 2231-0894)

 

6. British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research (ISSN: 2231–2919)

 

7. British Biotechnology Journal (ISSN: 2231–2927)

8. Annual Review & Research in Biology (ISSN: 2231–4776 )

 

9. British Journal of Environment and Climate Change (ISSN: 2231-4784 )

 

10. International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health (ISSN: 2278–1005)

 

11. International Neuropsychiatric Disease Journal (ISSN: 2321–7235)
12.
Ophthalmology Research: An International Journal (ISSN: 2321–7227)
13.
International Blood Research & Reviews (ISSN: 2321–7219)

 

14. Cardiology and Angiology: An International Journal (ISSN: 2347-520X)

 

15. International STD Research & Reviews (ISSN: 2347-5196)

 

 

 

We congratulate Chief Editors, Academic editors and reviewers for this remarkable achievement. They are constantly contributing for maintaining high standard of these journals.

 

 

 


We are extremely thankful to our peer reviewers and editors for making ‘Advanced OPEN peer review system’ a great success. In order to maintain highest level of transparency and high standard of review, this journal presently follows highly respected and toughest Advanced OPEN peer-review system. We hope that you will appreciate this Advanced OPEN peer-review system, which is expected to give doubtless scholarly benefit and impact to the authors in long run. Additionally we strongly encourage and promote “Post-publication Peer review” by our comment section

 

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For more information please contact:
Ms. M. B. Mondal, Ph.D.
Publisher
Email: director@sciencedomain.org

 

 

 

Last update: 5th Sept., 2016

 

Journal Repository (JR): Permanent Digital Archiving of SDI journals

 

SDI is happy to announce that all our journals are now permanently archived in Journal Repository (JR). Journal Repository (JR) is among the fastest growing community-supported digital archives in the world.

 

Working with libraries and publishers, Journal Repository (JR) preserves e-journals, e-books, and other electronic scholarly content to ensure researchers and students will have access to it in the future. Digital preservation is the series of management policies and activities necessary to ensure the enduring usability, authenticity, and accessibility of content over the very long-term.

 

By partnering with Journal Repository (JR), SDI affirms its commitment towards all processes of quality scholarly publication like transparent OPEN peer review, timely publication, DOI registration, indexing & abstracting, permanent archiving, etc. We want authors, librarians, etc to feel confident that SDI is doing everything possible to assure the content we publish will be available in perpetuity.

 

For more information please contact:
Ms. M. B. Mondal, Ph.D.
Publisher
Email: director@sciencedomain.org

 

 

Last updated on 09-12-2016

 

Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education included 18 SDI journals in its official report of 2013

 

SDI is pleased to announce that Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education included 18 SDI journals in its official report of 2013 (Link) (Original link). Full marks of category B was 10 and the scores of SDI journals ranged from 10 to 4. We congratulate our Editors and Peer reviewers for this outstanding performance of SDI journals. High score of SDI journals proved the efficacy of our highly respected and toughest Advanced OPEN peer-review system.

 

We are extremely thankful to our peer reviewers and editors for making ‘Advanced OPEN peer review system’ a great success. In order to maintain highest level of transparency and high standard of review, this journal presently follows highly respected and toughest Advanced OPEN peer-review system. We hope that you will appreciate this Advanced OPEN peer-review system, which is expected to give doubtless scholarly benefit and impact to the authors in long run. Additionally we strongly encourage and promote “Post-publication Peer review” by our comment section.

 

Sl No
(in original report)
Journal Title
ISSN
Marks (Out of 10)
111
American Chemical Science Journal
2249-0205
9
113
American Journal of Experimental Agriculture
2231-0606
8
174
Annual Review & Research in Biology
2231-4776
7
339
British Biotechnology Journal
2231-2927
8
340
British Journal of Applied Science & Technology
2231-0843
5
341
British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade
2278-098X
5
342
British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science
2278-0998
6
343
British Journal of Environment and Climate Change
2231-4784
5
344
British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science
2231-0851
4
345
British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research
2231-0614
8
346
British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
2231-2919
4
347
British Microbiology Research Journal
2231-0886
9
599
European Journal of Food Research & Review
2231-0878
10
601
European Journal of Medicinal Plants
2231-0894
8
835
International Journal of Biochemistry Research & Review
2231-086X
7
948
International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health
2278-1005
5
959
International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry
2231-3443
9
1573
Physical Review & Research International
2231-1815
4


 

For more information please contact:

Ms. M. B. Mondal, Ph.D.
Publisher
Email: director@sciencedomain.org
 

 

Publication and site statistics (up to Sept, 2015)

 

 

Number of submission: 22181 (Total up to Sept, 2015)
Number of published paper: 10949 (Total up to Sept, 2015)
Number of peer review reports & files published (for Open Peer review): 86522 (Total up to Sept, 2015)
Website visitors (session): 2.09 M (Total up to Sept, 2015)
Website page view: 7.9 M (Total up to Sept, 2015)

 

Thanks a lot to all authors for the huge support and faith on SDI. We sincerely thank to all our reviewers and editors who are instrumental for this tremendous growth.

 

For more information please contact:
Ms. M. B. Mondal, Ph.D.
Publisher
Email: director@sciencedomain.org

  

Last updated on 14-10-2015

 

Science (IF: 31) report confirmed the high standard of SDI journal

 

As per a recent report (Link) of Science journal (present Impact factor 31), one of our journal (British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research) passed a stringent test of quality of Peer review by rejecting a fake article (Link1, Link2, Link3). We applaud the dedication and hard-work of our peer reviewers and editors to maintain the high standard of our journals. It was reported that out of total 304 journals, only 20 journals rejected the fake article after substantial peer review. We are happy that our journal was among these few successful journals along with industry leaders like PLoS One, Hindawi, etc. We believe that the result of this experiment also proved the efficacy of our Advanced OPEN peer review and ‘post publication’ peer review system. Though the report is debated, as it did not include subscription journals, we normally support any effort to improve the quality and transparency of peer review.

 

Reference: Who's Afraid of Peer Review? Science (present Impact factor 31), 4 October 2013: Vol. 342 no. 6154 pp. 60-65, DOI: 10.1126/science.342.6154.60

 

SCIENCEDOMAIN international received 5844 submissions in 2013

 

SCIENCEDOMAIN international is pleased to announce that it has received 5844 submissions in 2013, across its portfolio of 28 open access journals.


We have started our journey in 2011 and a gist of our yearly growth is presented below

For the year 2011 we received total 838 submissions.
For the year 2012 we
received total 1952 submissions. (132.9% growth from last year)
For the year 2013 we received total 5844 submissions. (199.4% growth from last year)

 

We are extremely pleased with the development that we have seen in submissions to our open access journals over the past three years. In addition to the strong growth of our more well-established journals, we are happy to see that many of the newer journals that we launched in last few months have already built strong momentum.

 

We are thankful to our authors for keeping faith on us. Considering high peer review standard, quality control, etc. our journals have been chosen by academicians of many famous universities, institutes, etc. A glimpse of authors’ profile is provided here. Appreciation of our esteemed satisfied authors is the greatest inspiration behind the hard-work of our editorial team. Some of the testimonials are available here.


We are extremely thankful to our peer reviewers and editors for making ‘Advanced OPEN peer review system’ a great success. In order to maintain highest level of transparency and high standard of review, this journal presently follows highly respected and toughest Advanced OPEN peer-review system. We hope that you will appreciate this Advanced OPEN peer-review system, which is expected to give doubtless scholarly benefit and impact to the authors in long run. Additionally we strongly encourage and promote “Post-publication Peer review” by our comment section.


For more information please contact:

Ms. M. B. Mondal, Ph.D.
Publisher
Email: director@sciencedomain.org

 

Last updated: 1st Jan-2014

 

 

SDI introduced Post-publication peer review by its comment section

 

SDI journals encourage Post-publication peer review by its comment section

 

Policy details are available below

 

1. SDI journal Web sites provide the ability for users to comment on articles to facilitate community evaluation and discourse around published articles. Comment section is mainly dedicated to promote "Post-publication peer review". Therefore, all SDI journals strictly follow 'pre-publication OPEN peer review' and strongly encourage "Post-publication peer review". As a result of this "Post-publication peer review", if authors agree and or journal Editors agree (and or SDI agrees) that any correction is necessary, then it will be published FREE of cost by following SDI Correction and retraction policy (http://www.sciencedomain.org/page.php?id=sdi-correction-and-retraction-policy).


2. Users, who want to comment, are encouraged to register in SDI website (http://www.sciencedomain.org/register.php). But if anybody doesn’t want to register, we'll respect the decision. In order to honour 'free flow of thoughts' unregistered user are also welcome to comment. Social login is also encouraged.


3. At the end of every comment, user must identify himself/herself by providing the following information 1. Full Name 2. Name of the Department, University, institute, etc. (These two information will be displayed publicly). We don't like 'anonymous' comments. Comments with 'forged identity' will be deleted.


4. Comments should be used to make additions or clarifications, identify and link to material, and are designed to lead to discussions concerning the content, conclusions, and consequences of a specific article.


5. Be respectful, and do not attack the author or other commenter. Take on the idea, not the messenger. Don't use obscene, profane, vulgar, illegal, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, pornographic, or offensive language or content; or that infringes another's rights, including any intellectual property rights. Language that is insulting, inflammatory, or obscene will not be tolerated. Unsupported assertions or statements should be avoided. Comments must be evidence-based, not authority-based. When previously published studies are cited, they must be accurately referenced and, where possible, a DOI and link to a publicly accessible version supplied. Unpublished data should be provided with sufficient methodological detail for those data to be assessed. Alternatively, a permanent Web link to such information should be provided. Arguments based on belief are to be avoided. Discussions should be confined to the demonstrable content of articles and should avoid speculation about the motivations or prejudices of authors. Questions about experimental data are appropriate, but need to phrased in a way that does not imply any misconduct on the part of the authors. If a reader is concerned about potential misconduct, such concerns must always be raised with senior editorial staff at SDI (contact@sciencedomain.org). All contributions must conform to the norms of civilized scientific discussion. Any contributions that do not meet these standards will be removed. Any users who consistently transgress these conventions may be banned. Stay on point. Comments that stray from the topic at hand may be deleted.


6. SDI advises that Comments are first written in a word-processing program that allows for spell checking before they are copied and pasted into the Comment field. When you are satisfied with the text, click "Post" to attach the Comment to the article.


7. Two kinds of Corrections are encouraged to be posted to an article: Minor Corrections and Major Corrections. Minor Corrections indicate small errors and clarifications to the article, whereas Major Corrections are reserved for errors that significantly affect the utility or understanding of the article. In both cases, the decision to indicate a posting as a Minor or Major Correction is the responsibility of SDI staff.


8. Authors or interested parties are encouraged to respond to a Comment or Correction.


9. All comments are 'moderated'. SDI is the final arbiter of the suitability of content for inclusion in SDI web sites.


10. We are not able to monitor every comment that comes through. If you see something objectionable, please let us know (contact@sciencedomain.org). Once a comment has been flagged, a staff member will investigate. SDI reserves the right to suspend the privileges of any user.

 

More info: http://www.sciencedomain.org/post-comments.php?iid=250&id=22&aid=1907#disqus_thread


 

 

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Index Medicus selected 15 SDI journals

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SCIENCEDOMAIN international received 5844 submissions in 2013

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Science (IF: 31) report confirmed the high standard of SDI journal

As per a recent report (Link) of Science journal (present Impact factor 31), one of our journal (Bri...

Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education included 18 SDI journals in its official report of 2013

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