Publication ethics

The collection's editorial supports major standards of publication ethics of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) (Principles of transparency and best practicesThe Code of Conduct).

 

Editorial considers not acceptable such facts as:

  • Plagiarism - passing off another's work or idea as your own
  • Duplicate submission - submitting a paper simultaneously to more than one publication at a time
  • Conflict of interest - nondisclosure to the publication that you have a direct or indirect conflict that prevents you from being unbiased in your paper
  • Authorship disputes - deliberately misrepresenting a scientist's relationship to their work on a published paper
  • Salami slicing - the "slicing" of research that would form one meaningful paper into several different papers
  • Research fraud - which includes fabrication (making up research data); and falsification (manipulation of existing research data, tables, or images).

Collection history

Collection history

2019 69 70  71 72 
2018 65 66 67 68
2017 61 62 63 64
2016 57 58 59  60 
2015 53  54 55  56 
2014 49 50 51 52
2013 45 46 47 48
2012 41 42 43 44
2011 37 38 39 40
2010 33 34 35 36
2009 29 30 31 32
2008 25 26 27 28
2007 21 22 23 24
2006 17 18 19 20
2005 13 14 15 16
2004 9 10 11 12
2003   6 7 8
2002 4 5    
2001 3      
2000 1 2