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Comment on Is OMICS Publishing Group Sneakily Trying to Buy Its Way into...

With “alternative” I mean those publishers who are not the well stablished and dominators of the STM publishing business. Do they send SPAM? OK, critic them for that, that is fair. Do they buy...

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Comment on Other pages by Jeffrey Beall

No, but I have added it to my backlog.

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Comment on Cardiology Journal’s Decline is Heartbreaking by Prof Darrel Francis

And 3 more that have “Enter paper title” at the end of the title http://cardiologyacademicpress.com/?p=19772 http://cardiologyacademicpress.com/?p=19959 http://cardiologyacademicpress.com/?p=20572...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by N.K. Gunasekara

Business isn’t my thing either…but isn’t “lack of adherence to industry standards” a common flaw in almost all budding publishers? after the phase of survival as a business, it’s a matter of time when...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Kibet Langat

Hi Jeff Could you please let me know your comments on Recent Science publisher http://recentscience.org/ I’m considering publishing in some of its Computer Science and Electrical and Electronics...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

Well, each one of its journals claims to have a high impact factor, (e.g., 3.228, 3.121) but in fact none of their journals has a legitimate impact factor. I recommend that you find an honest publisher.

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Comment on Appeals by jado

good job but how do one identify good journals with all these fraudulent journals?

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

Read widely in your field; network; attend conferences; join scholarly societies in your field and become aware of their journals; talk to senior colleagues; consult with an academic librarian; examine...

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Comment on Appeals by bill

An earlier post of Jeffrey’s could also be useful:http://scholarlyoa.com/2014/07/01/need-help-finding-a-good-journal-for-your-next-paper-try-these-resources/

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Justin Keogh

So do you still include Austin Publishing as predatory? I just got an invitation to join the editorial board of one of its journals which is now listed as being in the USA. Austin Publishing Group 3126...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

Yes, this publisher is still on my list. I think it is based in India, despite its claiming to be based in Australia previously. I find that its website is currently down, a good thing.

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Comment on Is OMICS Publishing Group Sneakily Trying to Buy Its Way into...

I concur to your observation. PUBMED needs to wake up. On a different note: Prof. Beall, Please could you comment on this publisher: International Journal of Current Innovation Research (IJCIR). They...

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Comment on Is OMICS Publishing Group Sneakily Trying to Buy Its Way into...

I’ve analyzed this standalone journal and added it to my list. I recommend against submitting papers to it. Thanks for letting me know about it.

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Comment on Be Careful with Spam from Research Media by AM

Thanks. I almost fell for this, because the email included: Among the many high profile figures we have recently interviewed from the global research arena are the following; - Canadian Space Agency:...

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Comment on Other pages by Tom

Could you please kindly check this one – http://www.co-action.net//stenen.php?

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Leo Odongo

How about Far East Journal of Mathematical Sciences? Is it really credible?

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Comment on Other pages by Jeffrey Beall

This publisher does not meet the criteria for being classed as a predatory publisher in my opinion. It is not predatory. I can tell you, however, that its founder, Caroline Sutton, is extremely mean....

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

Its not open access. I generally limit my work to OA journals. Still, I would personally recommend not submitting any manuscripts to this journal.

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Leo Odongo

Hi Jef Would you kindly guide me where to find a list of credible open access journals in Statistics? I would appreciate this very much.

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

I focus on the questionable journals. I refer you to your university librarian. I don’t know what the top journal are in fields other than my own (library science).

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