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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by Open access watch-out list |Åse...

[...] Scholarly open access keeps a list of those journals that they suspect are predators. It is not a perfect list, as they accnowledge, but can be used as proxy detectors. [...]

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

I expect the first one was only a coincidence that it matched your field. I’ve received mostly invitations to submit papers or talks based on my “expertise in infectious disease” or such things as...

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Comment on Large New OA Publisher Launches with 85 Journals by Nazri

Thanks for the valuable info. Received their spam email today and immediately tried to look up the publisher, which led me to this page.

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

I disagree with bellas assessment, if they are predatory why ISSN is issued to them

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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by Lacking any sense of proportion:...

[...] of open access.” The article also refers to the work of research librarian Jeffrey Beall, who tracks what he calls “predatory open access journals,” estimating “that there are as [...]

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Comment on The Suspicious Case of Science Record Journals by Amor Cilla Domenech

It means that there is a hughe surplus of SCI/SSCI journals and that it is not only predatory journals who make money from well indexed but fair research. The problem is that young potential...

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Comment on The Suspicious Case of Science Record Journals by Shawn

That’s “Science Series Data Report” (UK Publication, Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science) http://www.cefas.defra.gov.uk/publications-and-data/scientific-series/data-reports.aspx....

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Comment on Did Dr. Krashen Commit Self-Plagiarism? by Amor Cilla Domenech

I agree. Dr. Krashen has written so much that it would be difficult to change his persopective and thus it is not surprising that some papers may resaamble. Besides, it is great that he also publishes...

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Comment on Image Manipulation: World’s Strangest Case Ever Discovered? by...

Photoshop? Microsoft paint. From Windows 95, or maybe newer.

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Comment on Image Manipulation: World’s Strangest Case Ever Discovered? by...

Jeff, I never fail to be both appalled and amused by what you uncover each day and share with us on this blog.

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Comment on Image Manipulation: World’s Strangest Case Ever Discovered? by...

Thanks!

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Comment on The Suspicious Case of Science Record Journals by Aminuddin

Dear Mr. Beall Would you please give me your assesment about this academic publisher http://academicpublishingplatforms.com/?letter=M which publishes many journals including Medical and Health Science...

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Comment on The Suspicious Case of Science Record Journals by Jeffrey Beall

I need to spend some time looking at this one. Thanks for letting me know about it.

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

Dear Mr Beall, Here are some examples: International journal of Pharm tech research (sphinx knowledge house) – It only charge 20 USD, and now is at Vol 5, so pretty new, but already listed in scopus....

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

Dear Mr Beall, Galuh Sarasvati is my pseudonym of (Jeanne Adiwinata Pawitan). I used it as I can not enter the post using my real name

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

Dear Mr Beall, I want to know your opinion about: Accupuncture and related therapies (Elsevier), option: open access (3000 USD) On 13-4-2013: There is only 1 issue Vol 1, no 1 (2012) On 13-4-2013: Aim...

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Comment on Image Manipulation: World’s Strangest Case Ever Discovered? by...

The figure ligand states very clearly “Schematic diagram of eponymous cutaneous signs of retroperitoneal hemorrhage”. From Wikipedia and other dictionaries, schematic diagram means “represents the...

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Comment on Image Manipulation: World’s Strangest Case Ever Discovered? by...

But, the plagiarism part is bad enough

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Comment on Research by Fathollah Bistouni

Hi Mr. Jeffrey on the link below there is a long list of non-accredited journals from the perspective of a university in my country. Please check them out and add to your...

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Comment on Image Manipulation: World’s Strangest Case Ever Discovered? by...

Fair point. But clue for the more severe issue (plagiarism) remains unchanged. “Sajad Ahmad Salati” can hardly be the new name of “Afshin Farzaneh-Far”. With years of difference and lack of apparent...

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