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JATS TECH is encouraged to publish your articles on abstract level on JATS TECH Publication page which is specially designed for Publishers and Authors to publish their articles. On abstract level, Journal metadata, Article metadata, References, (DOIs), PMids and PMCids are covered.

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  • Ideal starting point for research
  • Relied on by scholars around the globe
  • Continuously growing with annual updates

Overview

JATS Indexing service publication launched in September,2014

This is the mission of JATS TECH that it spread scientific Journals/Articles through Indexing from all over the world with access to a growing collection of over 18 million citations annually.

JTI (JATS TECH INDEXING) wants to leading multidisciplinary index to the arts, humanities, life sciences, architectural, and the social sciences with around million of records from old and new journals add yearly.
The scope JATS TECH Indexing, including journals in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Chineese, Koreans and most other Western languages.

However, if researchers need to find articles in periodical back volumes, they have to search through dozens. JATS TECH Indexing now makes it possible to search back volumes of journals with the same ease and convenience as searching the latest issues. JATS TECH Indexing enables users to search for articles by words or phrases in the titles, by author, and by journal title. Sophisticated post-search sorting and filtering are new features which support fast, convenient, and reliable results.

JATS TECH allows the direct link of Journal Publisher.

  • Content Type: Index,
  • Abstract: Yes
  • Keywords: Yes
  • DOIs: Yes
  • Direct Article Link: Yes
  • References: Yes
  • PMIDs: Yes
  • PMCIDs: Yes
  • Crossref Links: Yes

 

Content Selection & Advisory Board

The Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) was established in 2014 to promote an open and transparent content coverage policy. The Board consisted of a large independent group of established subject matter experts from around the world.

The CSAB’s primary function is to evaluate and determine which peer-reviewed titles are accepted into JTI(JATS TECH Indexing), and which are excluded. To ensure both the broadest coverage and highest quality content is included, the CSAB maintains and follows a transparent and robust selection policy.

Coverage of source types

The source types covered in JTI(JATS TECH Indexing) are either serial publications that have an ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) such as journals, book series and some conference series or non-serial publications that have an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) like one-off book publications or one-off conferences. To ensure that coverage, discoverability, profiles and impact measurement for research in all subject fields is accounted for, JTI(JATS TECH Indexing) covers different source types.

Document types covered in JTI(JATS TECH Indexing)

Document Type Definition
Article Original research or opinion.

Characteristics: Articles in peer-reviewed journals are usually several pages in length, most often subdivided into sections: abstract, introduction, materials & methods, results, conclusions, discussion and references. However, case reports, technical and research notes and short communications are also considered to be articles and may be as short as one page in length. Articles in trade journals are typically shorter than in peer-reviewed journals, and may also be as brief as one page in length.

Book A whole monograph or entire book.

Characteristics: Book type is assigned to the whole. Additionally, for books with individual chapters, each chapter, along with a general item summarizing the book, is also indexed with the source type Book.

Chapter A book chapter.
Characteristics: Complete chapter in a book or book series volume where the item is identified as a chapter by a heading or section indicator.
Conference paper Original article reporting data presented at a conference or symposium.
Characteristics: Conference papers are of any length reporting data from a conference, with the exception of conference abstracts. Conference papers may range in length and content from full papers and published conference summaries to short items as short as one page in length
Editorial Summary of several articles or provides editorial opinions or news.
Characteristics: Editorials are typically identified as editorial, introduction, leading article, preface or foreword, and are usually listed at the beginning of the table of contents.
Erratum Report of an error, correction or retraction of a previously published paper.
Characteristics: Errata are short items citing errors in, corrections to, or retractions of a previously published article in the same journal to which a citation is provided.
Letter  Letter to or correspondence with the editor.
Characteristics: Letters are individual letters or replies. Each individual letter or reply is processed as a single item.
Note Note, discussion or commentary.
Characteristics: Notes are short items that are not readily suited to other item types. They may or may not share characteristics of other item types, such as author, affiliation and references. Discussions and commentaries that follow an article are defined as notes and considered to be items in their own right. Notes also include questions and answers, as well as comments on other (often translated) articles. In trade journals, notes are generally shorter than half a page in length.
Review Significant review of original research, also includes conference papers.
Characteristics: Reviews typically have an extensive bibliography. Educational items that review specific issues within the literature are also considered to be reviews. As non-original articles, reviews lack the most typical sections of original articles such as materials & methods and results.
Short survey Short or mini-review of original research.
Characteristics: Short surveys are similar to reviews, but usually are shorter (not more than a few pages) and with a less extensive bibliography.

Policy of Coverage of sources

JATS TECH Index covers 5 years back from the current date and year.

JATS TECH INDEX title evaluation

It is estimated that there are between 80,000 and 300,000 scientific serial publications in existence worldwide. In order to ensure that JTI(JATS TECH Indexing) remains the most relevant resource for all research in the sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences and arts and humanities fields, the CSAB continually reviews new titles for inclusion, using transparent selection criteria.

JTI(JATS TECH INDEX) receives approximately 3,000 serial title suggestions on an annual basis. The number of suggested titles can vary significantly per subject area from only a few titles (e.g., in chemistry) to several hundred (e.g., in social sciences).

Criteria for title selection

Titles should meet the following main eligibility criteria to be considered for review:

  • Consist of peer-reviewed content
  • Be published on a regular basis (have an ISSN number that has been registered with the International ISSN Centre)
  • Be relevant and readable for an international audience (e.g., have references in Roman script and English language abstracts and titles)
  • Have a publication ethics and publication malpractice statement
 Category  Criteria
 Journal policy Convincing editorial policy Diversity in geographical distribution of editors Diversity in geographical distribution of authors Type of peer-review Cited references in Roman script English language abstracts
 Content Academic contribution to the field Clarity of abstracts Conformity with the journal’s stated aims and scope Readability of articles
 Journal standing Citedness of journal articles in JTI(JATS TECH Indexing) Editor standing
 Regularity No delay in the publication schedule
Online availability Online content available English language journal homepage Quality of journal homepage

Global coverage

JTI (JATS TECH INDEX) coverage is global by design to best serve researchers’ needs and ensure that relevant scientific information is not omitted from the database. Titles from all geographical regions are covered, including non-English titles as long as English abstracts can be provided with the articles. In fact, approximately 21% of titles in JTI are published in languages other than English, adding up to 40 local languages (or published in both English and another language). In addition, more than half of JTI(JATS TECH Indexing) content originates from outside North America representing various countries Europe, Latin America and the Asia Pacific regions.

Thank you so much for your read as JTI maintained all the criteria for publication indexing in JTI when you follow all the necessary steps which is also the policy for quality and transparent Indexing.


Note: All of indexed journals must be use of JTI(JATS TECH) Logo or name in journal indexing page, if not they will be reject from JTI(JATS TECH) list and will not index in JTI(JATS TECH).

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