Editorial note

Taking the right care of scientometric indicators will take care of research quality


Science has recently been accelerating at a fast rate (∼3.5% per year in the compound annual growth rate of the number of papers published in scientific journals, according to Scopus source). There are now more scholarly communications than ever before, and scientists have too many choices of journals to read, refer, and where to submit: therefore, the evaluation of the performance of each journal has become necessary to delineate impact and contribution of any journal in its respective field of interest and application.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12899/asr-2291


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