Typo journals: Typo Graduate Journal (Lined) — Rediscover Analog

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Typo Graduate Journal (Lined) — Rediscover Analog

In case you didn’t know, Typo is an Australian gift and stationery brand, which is also part of the Cotton On Group.

I am a huge fan of Typo. I love their quirky products, the themed stationery (Harry Potter, to be specific), and I am a frequent visitor of the store.

A few months ago, they sent over a few stationery items, which included 3 notebooks, for me to use. I was not sure if I was going to use the notebooks because I am very picky with the paper I use. But I have to admit, I was curious.

Read: Brilliant Ways to Use a Blank Notebook

I’ve always been skeptical about the quality of novelty stationery because I feel that it’s focused on form rather than function. These are the types of things that you would normally buy because they look “cute” or because they make great gifts.

Disclosure: This product was sent to us for free in return for my honest review. Photos are ours unless otherwise stated. All opinions expressed here are the author’s own and are not in any way influenced by the aforementioned organization. For inquiries, please visit our Partnership and Advertisements page.

About the Notebook

The A5 Graduate Notebook is a thin notebook with lined ruling. The notebook is made from 50% recycled paper and is covered with a Typo-designed card stock.

Unfortunately, no further information is stated in the product page except for the dimensions of the notebook – 14.8cm x 21cm/ 5.82 x 8.26″. Number of pages is unknown but the notebook is 5mm/0.5cm thick.

Another thing to note is that there is a Typo watermark on the bottom right of the page.

Paper Quality

Paper quality is average but not bad. In fact, it surpassed my expectations (which weren’t that high at all). Ballpoints work best with this pen and perhaps thin gel pens.

With pens that put down more ink, like a brush pen or a fountain pen, there is a bit of show through and bleeding at the back of the page.

Zebra Mildliners bled through the page especially with two layers of highlighting. Ghosting was also noticeable with the Mildliners.

Fountain Pen Use

The paper used in the Graduate Journal can handle fountain pen ink fairly well. There is a bit of feathering but it’s barely noticeable with some inks.

  • Pilot Iroshizuku
  • Diamine Bilberry
  • Diamine Scarlet

With the permanent inks such as the Platinum Carbon Black and the Noodler’s Lexington Grey, feathering is quite obvious.

  • Platinum Carbon Black
  • Noodler’s Lexington Grey

Colors will look flat because the paper absorbs the ink quickly. I tried one of the best shading inks, the Noodler’s Apache Sunset and it just looked like an average orange ink on the Typo Graduated Journal.

    Overall Thoughts

    Recommended for:

    • People who enjoy unique notebook covers
    • Ballpoint pen users

    Not recommended for:

    • People who are picky with paper
    • Taking notes if you need to highlight

    The Graduate Journal is not bad at all. Like I said, it surpassed my low expectations of novelty notebooks. One thing that I love about Typo products is the design. The Graduate Journal comes in different quirky designs which makes this a great gift. This makes a great everyday notebook and can even be used for basic bullet journaling.

    Where to buy?

    You can find more of these in the Cotton On website.

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    Biliary Drainage through the Minor Papilla – Not a Typo: 909 : Official journal of the American College of Gastroenterology

    Abstracts: CLINICAL VIGNETTES

    Giday, Samuel A. MD; Dunbar, Kerry B. MD; Kalloo, Anthony N. MD

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    Division of Gastroenterology, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD

    A 16 year old female developed acute abdominal pain radiating to the right lower quadrant. CT scan suggested appendicitis but appendectomy showed a normal appendix. The CT scan also suggested cystic dilatation of the distal common bile duct (CBD), suspicious for a type III choledochal cyst. An MRI confirmed the cystic dilatation of the CBD and showed a normal pancreas.

    ERCP of the patient’s biliary tree showed a diffusely enlarged major papilla with a bulge. Attempts to cannulate the CBD and pancreatic duct through the major papilla were unsuccessful. There was no visible ampullary orifice. To identify the ampullary orifice, 4 μg of cholecystokinin (CCK) was given intravenously. Immediately after administration of CCK, the ampullary bulge increased in size, followed by flow of bile from the minor papilla. No bile was seen extruding from the major papilla. Cannulation of the minor papilla was performed, and injection of contrast showed an incomplete pancreas divisum. This was followed by retrograde filling of the distal CBD, which had a cystic dilatation. The rest of the biliary tree was of normal caliber without cystic dilatation. Fistulotomy of the major papilla, using a needle knife, resulted in a gush of bile. The CBD was then easily cannulated. The patient was discharged after an uneventful hospital stay. There is no previous report in the literature of retrograde drainage of bile through the minor papilla. It is unusual that the patient had no history of recurrent pancreatitis despite having biliary reflux and drainage of bile through the pancreatic duct. The cystic dilatation of the bile duct could be due to congenital atresia of the papillary orifice with post-obstructive dilatation of the bile duct, or a true type III choledochal cyst. The presence of an associated incomplete pancreas divisum could support the idea that the patient has a congenital abnormality leading to biliary drainage through the minor papilla1–4.

    REFERENCES


    1. Babbitt DP. Congenital choledochal cyst: new etiological concept based on anomalous relationships of common bile duct and pancreatic bulb. Ann Radiol 1969;12:231–241.

    2. Hicken NF, McAllister AJ. Is the reflux of bile into the pancreatic ducts a normal or abnormal physiologic process?Am J Surg 1952;89:781–786.

    3. Wong KC, Lister J. Human fetal development of the hepatopancreatic duct junction. J Pediatr Surg 1981;16:139–145.

    4. Matsumoto Y, et al. Recent advances in pancreaticobiliary maljunction. J Hepatobiliary Pancreat Surg 2002;9:45–54.

    © The American College of Gastroenterology 2006. All Rights Reserved.

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    Mis-paste: it’s the new typo

    A high-profile study is corrected because images were duplicated by an ‘inadvertent error’.

    Scientists: when checking your research papers for errors before publication, be sure to check the images too. Everyone knows to watch for misprints and errors in typed data, but the same trap (a ‘mis-paste’?) can befall figures, leading to embarrassing duplications.

    A correction for one such mis-paste appeared in the journal Cell Research this week, after an eagle-eyed blogger spotted identical images in a high-profile study (L. Zhang et al. Cell Res. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/cr.2011.158; 2011) that got plenty of media attention when it was published online almost two months ago.

    The research, from a team led by Chen-Yu Zhang, a biochemist at Nanjing University in China, suggested that microRNAs from common plants (such as rice) could be found circulating in the blood of humans that ate the plants — and could even act to affect protein expression in mammals. If correct, this would be a new way for our diet to affect our body’s biochemistry. Outlets such as New Scientist and The Scientist covered the study; as did the Discover blog, where one commenter pointed out that some Russian bloggers had spotted apparent duplications of images in the research.

    As Zhang quickly confirmed, two different experiments in the paper had identical images for their western blot controls (a routine check on the presence of the structural protein α-tubulin, to make sure that the western blot is accurately representing what has happened to other proteins of interest). The controls in an experiment looking at the proteins expressed by cultured liver cells were identical to those in another, quite different, experiment which examined protein extracts from mice fed on varying diets.

    Any suggestion of duplicate figures unavoidably brings to mind numerous examples of retractions for image manipulation (of which the blog Retraction Watch has more than 40 examples). But the rapid correction, issued on 8 November, notes that the error was “inadvertently introduced during the assembly of figure panels for this paper”, and adds the correct images for the mouse experiment.

    That’s hardly the only inadvertent mis-paste we’ve seen recently in correction notices. Take this 26 October 2011 correction to a 2009 Nature paper, which notes that “Several lanes of the ChIP analyses in this Letter were inadvertently duplicated or erroneously created during figure assembly”.

    In summary: the images are just as important as the text. Be careful what you cut and paste.

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    90,000 17 most legendary typos in history

    But Maria Fedorovna got off easy. They giggled at her interesting Finnish tour in Kiev living rooms – and forgot. But Louis Bonaparte, Napoleon’s nephew, had to live with a typo. Ascending the throne of France after the Restoration, he adopted the name of his illustrious uncle, deciding to make Napoleons a dynasty. In the days leading up to the coronation, the printers worked overtime, producing hundreds of thousands of coronation leaflets to convey to the people of France that they had a king again.The leaflet’s cap was adorned with the slogan “Long live Napoleon !!!” But the typesetter, typing from handwritten text, did not understand that three sticks are exclamation marks, and instead put the Roman numeral “three”.

    So on the day of the coronation, the one whom the whole of France now knew as Napoleon III ascended the throne, although there was no Napoleon II in history. Then, in hindsight, the then image-makers tried to camouflage the mistake, explaining that Louis Bonaparte became the third as a sign of respect for Napoleon’s son, who could theoretically become Napoleon II if he survived … But the truth could not be hidden.

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    But in general, the censorship bodies of the NKVD did not recognize any involuntary typos.There was an official circular in which the Chekists were required to increase their vigilance in the fight against a class enemy who infiltrated the press and published anti-Soviet propaganda under the guise of typos. For a single typo, the editor-in-chief of the central Makhachkala newspaper was arrested and shot. True, there was a misprint not just anywhere, but in the name of the leader himself. And not just any, but the most terrible possible. Instead of the letter “t”, the letter “r” was printed in black on yellowish gray. If for “Salin” the Ufa proofreader was imprisoned for five years, and for “Stadin” they just fired the editorial office of one of the regional newspapers, then for “Sralin” they had to answer in full.

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    Main sections of the journal: Materials science and technology. Semiconductors; Materials science and technology. Dielectrics; Materials Science and Technology; Magnetic materials; Modeling of processes and materials; Epitaxial layers and multilayer compositions; Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology; Physical properties and research methods; Atomic structures and methods of structural research; General issues.

    The journal is included in the “List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications, in which the main scientific results of dissertations for obtaining the degrees of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences should be published.”

    Selected articles of the journal are translated into English and published in the Russian Microelectronics journal, ISSN 1063-7397, ISSN 1608-3415 (Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., USA), which is hosted on the SpringerLink platform. The description of the magazine is also given on the site of the Pleiades Publishing House.

    In addition, some articles of the journal formed the basis for the new English-language journal Modern Electronic Materials, which has been published by NUST MISIS since 2015.

    News of higher educational institutions. Non-ferrous metallurgy

    Name variations:

    • Proceedings of universities. Non-ferrous metallurgy
    • Izvestiya Vuzov. Tsvetnaya Metallurgiya

    ISSN 0021-3438 (Print), ISSN 2412-8783 (Online)

    DOI of the journal: 10.17073 / 0021-3438

    Scientific and technical peer-reviewed journal has been published since 1958. Published 6 times a year.

    Founders: NUST MISIS and CJSC Kalvis Publishing House.

    Publisher: Kalvis Publishing House.

    The journal is published in print and electronic formats.

    Subscription indexes:

    Index 70382 in the catalog of JSC “Rospechat”;

    Index 38610 in the APR catalog.

    Electronic version of the journal “Izvestiya vuzov. Non-ferrous metallurgy ”is distributed by subscription on the website of the“ Kalvis ”Publishing House There are also individual magazine articles (paid service).

    The journal publishes scientific articles under the following headings: Beneficiation of non-ferrous metal ores; Metallurgy of non-ferrous metals; Metallurgy of rare and noble metals; Foundry; Metal forming; Metallurgy and heat treatment; Corrosion and protection of metals; Energy and Resource Saving and Information Messages.

    The journal is included in the “List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications, in which the main scientific results of dissertations for obtaining the degrees of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences should be published.”Since 2013, articles have been assigned a DOI.

    Russian-language magazine Izvestiya Vuzov. Non-ferrous metallurgy “is included in the full-text database eLibrary.ru, indexed in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI), the VINITI database and in foreign databases: Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) on the Web of Science platform, Chemical Abstracts (Online) and INIS Collection Search (International Nuclear Information System), registered in Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory.Included in overseas document delivery services: British Library Document Supply Center, East View Information Services, Inc., Information Express, IngentaConnect and Linda Hall Library of Service, Engineering & Technology.

    Articles from the journal “Izvestiya vuzov. Non-ferrous metallurgy ”are translated into English and published in the Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals (RJNFM) (Allerton Press / Pleiades Publ., USA). ISSN: 1067-8212 (Print), 1934-970X (Online), which since 2007 has been hosted on the SpringerLink platform (Springer Publishing).RJNFM is described on the Pleiades website.

    RJNFM included in the global scientific citation indexes and Web of Science (SCIE), Journal Citation Reports / Science Edition, Scopus, INSPEC, Google Scholar, CSA, Academic OneFile, ChemWeb, EI-Compendex, Expanded Academic ASAP, Geobase, GeoRef , INIS, OCLC, SCImago, Summon by ProQuest, as well as databases on the ProQuest platform: Aerospace Database (optional). Ceramic Abstracts / World Ceramics Abstracts, Corrosion Abstracts (Online), Materials Research Database, METADEX (core), ProQuest SciTech Collection (core), Technology Research Database.

    RJNFM Global Citation Index scores: Impact Factor WoS (JCR 2017): 0.466: Scopus (2017): CiteScore: 0. 51, SJR: 0.281, SNIP: 0.524.

    News of higher educational institutions. Powder metallurgy and functional coatings

    Name variations:

    • Proceedings of universities. Powder Metallurgy and Functional Coatings
    • Izvestiya Vuzov. Poroshkovaya metallurgiya i funktsional’nye porkytiya

    ISSN 1997-308X (Print) ISSN 2412-8767 (Online)

    DOI of the journal: 10.17073 / 0021-3438

    Scientific and technical peer-reviewed journal has been published since 2007. Published 4 times a year. Founders: NUST MISIS and CJSC Kalvis Publishing House. Publisher: Kalvis Publishing House.

    The journal is published in print and electronic formats.

    Subscription indexes:

    Index 80752 in the catalog of JSC “Rospechat”;

    Index 44337 in the APR catalog.

    Electronic version of the journal “Izvestiya vuzov. Powder metallurgy and functional coatings ”is distributed by subscription on the website of the“ Kalvis ”publishing house. Separate articles of magazines are also available there (paid service).

    The journal publishes scientific articles under the following headings: Processes of obtaining and properties of powders; Theory and processes of molding and sintering of powder materials; Self-propagating high-temperature synthesis; Refractory, ceramic and composite materials; Porous materials and biomaterials; Materials and coatings obtained by the methods of additive technologies; Surface modification, including beams of charged particles, fluxes of photons and plasma; Nanostructured materials and functional coatings; Application of powder materials and functional coatings.

    The journal is included in the “List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications, in which the main scientific results of dissertations for obtaining the degrees of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences should be published.” Since 2013, articles have been assigned a DOI.

    Russian-language magazine Izvestiya Vuzov. Powder metallurgy and functional coatings ”is included in the full-text database eLibrary.ru, indexed in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI), VINITI database, Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) on the Web of Science platform and in a foreign database: INIS Collection Search (International Nuclear Information System).The journal is registered in the international directory of periodicals Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory. Included in overseas document delivery services: British Library Document Supply Center, East View Information Services, Inc., Information Express, IngentaConnect and Linda Hall Library of Service, Engineering & Technology.

    Articles from the journal “Izvestiya vuzov. Powder Metallurgy and Functional Coatings ”are translated into English and published in the Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals (RJNFM) (Allerton Press / Pleiades Publ., USA). ISSN: 1067-8212 (Print), 1934-970X (Online), which since 2007 has been hosted on the SpringerLink platform (Springer Publishing). RJNFM is also described on the Pleiades website.

    RJNFM included in the global scientific citation indexes and Web of Science (SCIE), Journal Citation Reports / Science Edition, Scopus, INSPEC, Google Scholar, CSA, Academic OneFile, ChemWeb, EI-Compendex, Expanded Academic ASAP, Geobase, GeoRef , INIS, OCLC, SCImago, Summon by ProQuest, as well as databases on the ProQuest platform: Aerospace Database (optional).Ceramic Abstracts / World Ceramics Abstracts, Corrosion Abstracts (Online), Materials Research Database, METADEX (core), ProQuest SciTech Collection (core), Technology Research Database.

    RJNFM Global Citation Index scores: Impact Factor WoS (JCR 2017): 0.466: Scopus (2017): CiteScore: 0.51, SJR: 0.281, SNIP: 0.524.

    New refractories

    Name variations:

    ISSN 1683-4518 (Print)

    Scientific, technical and industrial peer-reviewed journal.Published since 2002

    Founder: NUST MISIS (since 2016). Publisher: Functional Nanomaterials LLC. Published 12 times a year.

    The magazine “New refractories” publishes articles on the production and service of refractories. The magazine informs its readers about the achievements of science and technology in the field of refractory materials and technologies, economic problems and the state of the market for refractory products in Russia, the CIS and foreign countries. In addition, the journal publishes the results of the latest scientific research, technological improvements and implemented projects.The topics of publications cover the processes of preparing iron ore raw materials for remelting, production of cast iron, steel, rolled products, technology of ferroalloy, pipe, hardware subsectors, problems of metallurgy and heat treatment, unconventional methods of metallurgy, processing of secondary resources, economics and organization of production, environmental issues. The most important problems of the development of ferrous metallurgy are discussed, information on new technologies, equipment and types of products is regularly published.

    Sections of the journal: Refractories in thermal units; Raw materials; Manufacturing and equipment; Heat engineering; Research and development; Ecology; Inventions; Quality and certification; Economy and market; Information and Chronicle; International Conference of Refractory and Metallurgists.

    The journal is translated into English and published in the journal Refractories and Industrial Ceramics , ISSN: 1083-4877 (Print), 1573-9139 (Online).The translated version of the journal is hosted on the SpringerLink platform by Springer. The journal is indexed in Scopus and Web of Science. Impact Factor WoS (JCR 2017): 0.542: Scopus (2017): CiteScore: 0.51, SJR: 0.258, SNIP: 0.797.

    Industrial Economics

    Variants of the name in the Latin alphabet:

    • Ekonomika v promyshlennosti;
    • Russian Journal of Industrial Economics

    ISSN 2072-1633 (print), ISSN 2413-662X (online)

    DOI of the journal: 10. 17073 / 2072-1633

    Scientific peer-reviewed journal. Published since 2008. Founders: NUST MISIS and JSC United Metallurgical Company. Publisher: NUST MISIS. Published 4 times a year. The publication publishes the results of research in the field of economics of the metallurgical complex, mining and related industries.

    The main sections of the journal : Theory and practice of strategizing; Innovative economy; Industrial management; Regional economy; Financial management; Environmental economics; Enterprise economics; Human Resource Management; Digital economy; Computer modeling of industrial economics; Technological entrepreneurship.

    The authors of the articles are prominent scientists, teachers of leading Russian universities, specialists from industrial and commercial structures of Russia and countries of near and far abroad.

    The journal is included in the “List of peer-reviewed scientific publications”, in which the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of candidate of science and doctor of science on a given topic should be published.

    Magazines of the Ore and Metals Publishing House , co-founded by NUST MISIS

    Mining Journal

    Latin version of the name:

    ISSN 0017-2278 (Print), 2413-9793 (On-line)

    The world’s oldest Russian monthly scientific, technical and industrial magazine in the field of mining.Founded in 1825 by decree of the Russian Emperor Alexander I. It is the basic printed organ of the Intergovernmental Council of the CIS countries for the exploration, use and protection of mineral resources; the official information body of the Federal UMO “Applied Geology, Mining, Oil and Gas Engineering and Geodesy”.

    Published 12 times a year.

    Founders of the magazine: JSC “Publishing House” Ore and Metals “, NUST” MISiS “, Autonomous non-profit organization” Khibiny TV and Radio Publishing Center “.Certificate of registration with Roskomnadzor PI No. FS77-69847 dated 05/18/2017

    The journal publishes the results of fundamental, applied and scientific research on topical issues of mining and raw materials extraction.

    Main sections of the journal: Science and Industry; Legal regulation in the field of subsoil use; From the experience of mining enterprises and organizations; The international cooperation; Theory and practice of production; Raw materials base; Physics of rocks and processes; Design and mining construction works; Economics, Organization and Management; Mining; Processing and complex use of mineral raw materials; Equipment and materials; Mine surveying; Energy industry; Automation; Industrial safety and labor protection; Environmental protection; Personnel training; Abroad; History of mining; Culture.

    The journal is included in the “List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications in which the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences should be published” on the development of solid mineral deposits, economics and energy.

    The journal is indexed in Scopus (since 2013), in the international database Chemical Abstracts Service, Russian Science Citation Index, on the Web of Science platform.

    The journal does not cooperate with foreign organizations in terms of translated versions of the publication; it is published in Russian and distributed abroad through its own channels, systems of library integrators and subscription agencies.

    More detailed information about the magazine is available on the website of the publishing house “Ore and Metals”.

    Ore beneficiation

    Latin version of the name:

    ISSN 0202-3776 (Print), 2414-0074 (On-line)

    Ore beneficiation is the leading Russian magazine in the field of beneficiation processes and technological mineralogy. Founded in 1956. Published 6 times a year. Founders of the magazine: JSC “Mechanobr Engineering”, JSC “Scientific and Production Corporation” Mekhanobr-Tekhnika “, NUST” MISiS “, JSC” Publishing House “Ore and Metals”.Certificate of registration with Roskomnadzor PI No. FS77-51322 dated October 19, 2012

    The journal publishes the results of fundamental, applied and scientific research on topical issues of enrichment science and practice of enrichment of mineral raw materials.

    Main sections of the journal: Ore preparation; Beneficiation technology; Beneficiation processes; Process theory; Technological mineralogy; Analysis methods in enrichment processes; Equipment; Environmental engineering and technology; Integrated use of raw materials; Recycling of secondary raw materials; Design; Automated control systems; From the experience of the enterprise; Foreign experience.

    The journal is included in the “List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications in which the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences should be published” on the development of solid mineral deposits. The journal is indexed in Scopus (since 2013), in the international database Chemical Abstracts Service, Russian Science Citation Index, on the Web of Science platform.

    The journal does not cooperate with foreign organizations in terms of translated versions of the publication; it is published in Russian and distributed abroad through its own channels, systems of library integrators and subscription agencies.

    More detailed information about the magazine is available on the website of the publishing house “Ore and Metals”.

    Non-ferrous metals

    Latin version of the name:

    ISSN 0372-2929 (Print), 2414-0090 (On-line)

    “Non-ferrous metals” is a scientific peer-reviewed monthly journal dedicated to the complex of problems of non-ferrous metallurgy (heavy non-ferrous metals, noble, light, rare metals, carbon materials, metalworking, etc.). Published since 1926It is the official information body of the Federal UMO “Materials Technologies”. Published 12 times a year.

    Founders of the magazine: JSC “Publishing House” Ore and Metals “, NUST” MISiS “. Certificate of registration with Roskomnadzor PI No. FS77-69818 dated May 29, 2017,

    The journal publishes the results of fundamental and applied research on topical issues of non-ferrous metallurgy.

    Main sections of the journal: Enrichment; Heavy non-ferrous metals; Noble metals and their alloys; Light metals; Carbon materials; Rare metals; semiconductors; Radioactive elements; Composite materials and multifunctional coatings; Nanostructured metals and materials; Materials Science; Metalworking; Automation; Economics and production management.

    The journal is included in the “List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications in which the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences should be published” on the development of solid mineral deposits, in metallurgy, in economics, in chemistry. The journal is indexed in Scopus (since 2013), in the international database Chemical Abstracts Service, Russian Science Citation Index.

    The journal does not cooperate with foreign organizations in terms of translated versions of the publication; it is published in Russian and distributed abroad through its own channels, systems of library integrators and subscription agencies.

    More detailed information about the magazine is available on the website of the publishing house “Ore and Metals”.

    Ferrous metals

    Latin version of the name:

    ISSN 0132-0890 (Print), 2414-0104 (On-line)

    Ferrous Metals is a Russian monthly metallurgical magazine published in collaboration with the German edition Stahl und Eisen. Published since 1961. Published 12 times a year.

    Founders of the magazine: JSC “Publishing House” Ore and Metals “, National Research Technological University Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys” (NUST “MISiS”), Magnitogorsk State Technical University.G.I. Nosov. Certificate of registration with Roskomnadzor PI No. FS77-48681 dated February 28, 2012

    The journal publishes the results of fundamental, applied and scientific research on topical issues of ferrous metallurgy.

    The main sections of the journal: News of metallurgy by country and region; What are metallurgists discussing ?; Research and development projects; Construction and development of metallurgical enterprises; Iron and steel production; Continuous casting; Rolled metal production; Heat treatment and coating; Energy and ecology; Control, organization and management of production; Metallurgy and automotive industry; Steel as a material; Economics and finance; Training and education of specialists; Steel production by country and region; Science and technology news abroad; From the history of metallurgy.

    The journal is included in the “List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications in which the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences should be published” in metallurgy.

    The journal is indexed in Scopus (since 2016), in the international database Chemical Abstracts Service, Russian Science Citation Index.

    The journal is published in Russian, some of the articles are translated from German, has been distributed abroad through its own channels, systems of library integrators and subscription agencies.

    More detailed information about the magazine is available on the website of the publishing house “Ore and Metals”.

    Magazine of Civil Engineering

    Magazine of Civil Engineering (ISSN 2712-8172) is a network scientific publication on construction topics (until 2020 it was called “Engineering and Construction Journal” ISSN: 2071-4726, E-ISSN: 2071-0305).
    The purpose of our journal is to publish articles of a high scientific level. The journal publishes only original articles of international importance.Articles for the journal are reviewed by third-party reviewers who are selected from among experts on the subject of the reviewed materials.

    Publisher: Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.

    The editors do not charge authors for the preparation, reviewing and posting of articles in the public domain. All publishing costs are covered by Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University.

    Engineering and construction magazine covers the following thematic areas:

    • Building structures, buildings and structures
    • Construction products and materials of construction
    • Construction Mechanics
    • Hydraulic engineering and hydraulics of structures
    • Engineering arrangement of buildings and structures
    • Foundations and foundations, underground geospace
    • Design and construction of roads
    • Energy efficiency, energy saving, renewable energy
    • Environmental problems of construction and environmental management
    • Water supply, sewerage and sewerage

    The journal is registered with the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (El No. FS77-77906 dated 19.02.2020 g.).
    The periodicity of the journal is 8 issues per year.

    The journal is included in the List of Russian peer-reviewed scientific journals, in which the main scientific results of dissertations for obtaining the degrees of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences should be published (List of VAK).

    Indexed by international databases:
    Scopus, Web of Science (ESCI, Core Collection), DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals), Ei Compendex (Elsevier), EBSCO, Google Scholar, ProQuest, Russian Science Citation Index, Ulrich’s Serials Analysis System, China National Knowledge Infrastructure, Index Copernicus

    Magazine of Civil Engineering is included in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) and the Scientific Electronic Library.
    Present in the main depository libraries of the country.

    Access to all articles on the site is open, does not require registration or payment.

    Journal articles are distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC 4.0).

    A License Agreement on the transfer of the rights to use the Intellectual Property Works to the Publisher is concluded without fail with the authors.

    The Magazine of Civil Engineering takes care of the preservation of electronic versions of articles.In addition to the journal’s website, articles and metadata are posted in the Scientific Electronic Library (elibrary.ru) and the Electronic Library of SPbPU. In the latter, the safety of data is ensured by backing up digital data in accordance with the internal established regulations. Logical and physical data migration is also provided. Cloud technologies are used.

    Chief Scientific Editor: Vitaly Vladimirovich Sergeev, Corresponding Member RAS, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Prof., First Vice-Rector, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

    Deputy Chief Scientific Editor: Galina Leonidovna Kozinets, Ph.so-called, prof., director of the Civil Engineering Institute, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

    Executive Secretary: Ekaterina Aleksandrovna Linnik, Deputy Director of the Center for Scientific Publications, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
    e-mail: [email protected], mob .: +7 (981) 168-50-70 (WhatsApp, Viber, Telegram)

    Messages about errors in the event log in the Microsoft Outlook Mobile

  • Outlook has lost connection to the mail server.Contact your administrator.

    This error message appears when the network connection is lost or the mail server is unavailable. To resolve this issue, familiarize yourself with basic network functions to be able to connect to network resources. If other network resources are available, contact your Exchange Server administrator to ensure that the server is available.

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  • Error 401: Failed to initialize Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager due to an unexpected error in the connector. Verify that the connector configuration data is correct.

    Error 402, 403, 1906, 1907, 2906, 2907: An unexpected error occurred in the connector while trying to get or set configuration parameters.

    This error message appears if the connector configuration contains invalid data. Typically, the first error message appears if there is a typo in the server name, username, or device ID. To resolve this issue, check the information in the connector configuration to make sure you entered it correctly.Make sure you entered the correct trunk type (Mobile Information Server or SMTP E-mail).

  • Error 404, 408: An unexpected error occurred in Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager while shutting down the program. The malfunction has been handled and this will not affect the beneficial consequences.

    This error message appears when Outlook Mobile Manager was able to handle the error it encountered, and because no other errors or issues were encountered, and then continues to work normally.This is an informative error message. This error message may appear if another program is running. To fix this problem, check for other programs that may be running at the time this error message appears.

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  • Error 406: Failed to initialize Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager due to an unexpected error in the message formatter.Try reinstalling the product to make sure there are no missing files.

    This error message may appear if you are having trouble installing Outlook Mobile Manager. Some programs, such as a messaging program and antivirus program, may be blocked from installing by using Outlook Mobile Manager. To resolve this issue, close any additional programs, and then reinstall Outlook Mobile Manager.

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    This error message is similar to error message 400; This could be because the message has unusual or garbled formatting.This error message is usually an isolated incident.

  • Error 410: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager exited a user to change the active connector.

    This error message contains information that may also be logged as “Outlook Mobile Manager is shutting down so that trunks can be changed.”

  • Error 411: Could not initialize Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager because no valid connector was selected. Restart the program and select a valid trunk following the instructions in the user interface.

    This error message can appear if you have specified either a server that does not exist or one that cannot be contacted.In addition, this message may appear if there is a typo in the server name. To resolve this issue, check the configuration information in the connector.

  • Error 413: Failed to initialize Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager due to an internal error in the active connector.

    This error message is also similar to error 400 or error 405; This can happen if you have a problem with connection or confirmation of connection.To fix this problem, check your network connection and make sure your server is available.

  • Error 700: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager has run out of internal memory while trying to process a message.

    This error message does not indicate out of memory. This message usually means that the message is too complex and the amount of memory required to process the Intellishrink message is too large.To work around this error message , you can turn off Intellishrink or choose to compress it without compression. If this error message persists for a large number of messages, please report the issue to Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS). To contact support, visit the Microsoft website at the following address:

    http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/?ws=support

  • Error 701: Failed to initialize Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager because some internal strings could not be loaded.Make sure your system is low on memory and restart the program. If the problem persists, it could indicate an invalid binary code. Try reinstalling the program.

    This error message may appear if the computer is low on memory or has an installation problem. To fix this problem, make sure that there are not too many programs running that have exhausted memory resources. You may need to reinstall Outlook Mobile Manager.

  • Error 702: Could not initialize Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager because the natural language parser could not be loaded. Make sure you have the correct installation with all files installed.

    This error message indicates that the native language support for Outlook Mobile Manager could not be loaded successfully.This error message may appear if there is a problem with the installed localized version, or if you have configured an incorrect locale for the installed localized version.

  • Error 703, 1000, 1001, 1817: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager was unable to process the message due to a memory allocation failure. The system may be out of memory.

    This error message appears when your computer’s resources are limited due to a large number of programs running at the same time.To fix this problem, close some programs or restart your computer to reduce the amount of available memory.

  • Error 1700, 1706: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager failed to initialize due to an unexpected internal error. Try reinstalling the application to make sure there is no damage during installation.

    If you receive an error message, uninstall and reinstall Outlook Mobile Manager to correct the problem.

  • Error 1701, 1702, 1703, 1704, 1705, 1822, 1823: Failed to initialize Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager because the required system structures could not be allocated. The reason is that there are not enough resources in the system. Try disabling some programs and then restarting Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager.

    These error messages can occur if the computer’s resources are exhausted by a large number of programs running on the computer, or if resources are not freed as they are closed.To resolve this issue, close any running programs that may be optional.

  • Error 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1814, 1815, 1818, 1820: An unexpected runtime error occurred. This issue has been handled, but Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager cannot continue because some internal structures may be damaged. Please restart the program.

    These error messages can occur when an internal program error has occurred and Outlook Mobile Manager cannot continue to run. To resolve this issue, restart Outlook Mobile Manager. If the problem persists, you may need to reinstall Outlook Mobile Manager.

  • Error 1813: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager had to delete some messages from the outbound queue because the queue became too long or some messages were too long ago.

    This error message appears if the trunk goes over intermediate errors and is unable to send messages. The oldest messages are always deleted first. The error log shows the number of messages to be deleted. To resolve this issue, check the error log for any error warnings that are logged by the connector. If there are a lot of transient errors, there may be a problem with the connection to the server.Make sure you are connected to the network and the server is available.

  • Error 1821: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager failed to initialize the idle timer subsystem. Make sure your system is fully compatible with Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager and you can use IE and Office requirements.

    This error message may appear if you are not using the correct version of Microsoft Internet Explorer.To resolve this issue, check the version of Internet Explorer installed on your computer and your email client (requires Internet Explorer 5.0 or later). Internet Explorer 5.5 recommended. Microsoft Outlook 97 or later is required; Exchange Server client and Outlook Express do not work if these programs are installed only as a mail client. Make sure your computer meets the other requirements for Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager to work successfully.

  • Error 1819: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager was unable to forward the outgoing message queue before exiting. The error message in the log shows how many messages were not sent.

    This error message appears if the connector encounters transient errors (similar to error 1813) and cannot successfully talk to the server while trying to terminate the program.To resolve this issue, check the error log for warnings that are logged by the connector, and check the network connectivity and server availability.

  • Error 2802: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager was unable to retrieve possible update information from the server.

    This error message may appear if you are using the options window that appears when you select About from the Help menu.When you click the Check button, the website asks for updates in Outlook Mobile Manager. If updates are not available or if there are other problems, an error code is written to the log indicating that a problem might be occurring. The list below describes the extended error codes that can be displayed.

    • 1: Outlook Mobile Manager was unable to contact the server. This error code can occur if the server is down or if the computer does not have enough memory to create a connection in Outlook Mobile Manager.

    • 2, 3, 6: The version information returned from the server is invalid and cannot be parsed correctly. Please report this issue to the server administrator. This error code could indicate a connection or connection problem, or another problem with the server.

    • 4: Information is not available for your product.This error code can occur if the version installed on your computer is not available for the language. Contact your server administrator for assistance. Outlook Mobile Manager is currently available in English, Spanish, and German versions. If you are using other languages, you may receive this error message. This error message can also be logged if an update is not available.

    • 5: The XML for the update URL returned in the version information is malformed and could not be parsed.Please report this issue to the server administrator. This error code can also indicate a connection or connection issue, or another problem with the server. Outlook Mobile Manager continues to try to get information about updates, but it does not log any messages so that the error log does not populate with the same message. After Outlook Mobile Manager manages the update information, it is logged. If this condition persists, you may need to manually check the server for any updates.

  • Error 2803: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager was successfully able to retrieve update information after you were in a failed state.

    This error message may appear after repeated attempts to obtain the information requested for the update.

  • Error 2801, 2804: An unexpected error occurred while resolving the update request.The error was handled, but the request to execute or postpone the update might be lost. Repeat the update procedure.

    These error messages can occur if you have a connection issue or other condition that prevents Outlook Mobile Manager from completing the update download. To resolve this issue, try updating again to make sure you have successfully downloaded the latest version.

  • Error 2800: Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager is shutting down allowing the upgrade to complete.Follow the instructions in your browser to complete the update, and then start Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager again.

    This error message appears if an update is installed instead of a minor update for Outlook Mobile Manager. You must close Outlook Mobile Manager during the upgrade. After the update is complete, restart Outlook Mobile Manager to continue.

  • Error 1900, 1901: The mobile information server connector was unable to configure the structure to communicate with the server.The message was not sent.

    This error message may appear if the computer detects a memory resource problem. To fix this problem, close some programs and then restart Outlook Mobile Manager. These error messages occur if the computer’s resources have been exhausted by a large number of running programs, or if the computer does not free up resources when they are closed. Close other unnecessary programs to free up resources.

  • Error 1902: The Mobile Information Server connector timed out while trying to connect to the server. The server may be down or there is insufficient system resources. The message will repeat automatically.

    This error message may appear if the computer has insufficient resources. This error message can occur if you have a problem connecting to the server.To fix this problem, make sure you are connected to the network and your server is available.

  • Error 1903, 1904: Could not connect to the server using the Mobile Content Server connector. The message was not sent. If these errors persist, report the issue to your Mobile Information Server administrator and the Win32 error code listed in the log entry.

    These error messages can occur if there is a problem connecting the mobile information server to the computer and messages cannot be sent.This issue can occur due to network connectivity issues. These messages can also occur if the mobile server computer is down or unavailable, or there is a problem connecting to your mailbox. The troubleshooting log contains an error message that also lists the Win32 error code. The list below describes the Win32 error codes that may be logged below.

    • Win32 error: Outlook Mobile was unable to initialize a session with the Exchange Server computer.Make sure that a valid Outlook profile (Messaging Application Programming Interface [MAPI]) is selected. There might be a problem with the network, or the Exchange Server might be offline.

    • Win32 error 0x80040115: The connection to the Exchange Server computer was lost. This message may indicate a network problem or that the Exchange Server computer is offline.

    • Win32 error 0x2ee7: The trunk on the mobile server computer could not contact the server and the message could not be sent.The message will repeat automatically.

  • Error 1905: The server returned an HTTP request error response. The actual HTTP error code is listed in the log. The message will automatically repeat. Check the connector configuration to make sure all information is correct.

    This error message may appear if there is a problem connecting the mobile information server to the computer.The server may not have an answer, or it could not be found. To resolve this issue, check the connector configuration to verify what information was entered for the server. The log contains an HTTP error code that indicates the root of the problem. Following are the main HTTP error codes that can be logged.

    • 400 – bad request

    • 401.1 at login

    • 401.2 at login due to server configuration

    • 401.3 unavailable due to ACL on resource

    • Failed to authorize 401.4 with filter

    • ISAPI / CGI program authorization error 401.5

    • access to execute 403.1 denied

    • 403.2 read access denied

    • 403.3 write access denied

    • SSL required 403.4

    • 403.5 SSL 128

      required

    • IP address 403.6 rejected

    • Client certificate required 403.7

    • access to the site was denied 403.8

    • 403.9 too many users

    • 403.10 Invalid configuration

    • 403.11 password

    • Access denied to matcher 403.12

    • client certificate 403.13 revoked

    • 403.14 Denied directory listing

    • Client access license exceeded 403.15

    • 403.16 client certificate is not trusted or invalid

    • Client certificate 403.17 expired or not yet effective

    • 404 not found

    • site 404.1 not found

    • method 405 not allowed

    • 406 not acceptable

    • Proxy Authentication Required 407

    • 412 precondition not met

    • 414, Request – URI too long

    • Internal server error 500

    • Program 500.12, restart

    • server 500.13 busy

    • 500.15 requests to use Global.asa not allowed

    • ASP 500 -100 error. ASP

    • 501 not implemented

    • 502 invalid gateway

  • Error 1908: Failed to initialize Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager due to incorrect configuration of the Mobile Information Server connector.Restart the program and you should be able to change the configuration parameters for this trunk. If you are unsure which options to use, contact your Mobile Information Server administrator.

    This error message may appear if you entered incorrect information for the computer on which the Mobile Information Server is installed. In this scenario, Outlook Mobile Manager does not initialize as expected. If you receive this error message, restart Outlook Mobile Manager from the taskbar or select a menu item, and then check that the configuration information for the Mobile Information Server computer is correct.

  • Error 2909: The SMTP connector was unable to connect to the server. The server may be down or there are insufficient resources to establish a connection. The message will automatically repeat.

    This error message may appear if the computer resources are insufficient. This message most of all indicates a problem with the connection to the server. To fix this problem, make sure you are connected to the network and your server is available.

  • Error 2900, 2902: Received an “error response” error message on the SMTP server. The message was not sent and will not be repeated.

    This error message appears if the SMTP server has problems that you are using to forward messages to your device. This error message does not indicate a problem with the network connection, but it could indicate that the server is down or unavailable.The “Response Error” error message is a level 500 error message. The “HTTP actual level value 500” error message is included in the log record with an extended error response string from the service. The extended error response is the DSN error code, as described in RFC 1893. Level 500 error, and the DSN error code in the log indicating where the problem occurred. The following list describes common 500 level error messages and additional error responses included in the error message:

    • 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 552, 553,554: These error codes should not occur as they indicate that a malformed request is being sent to the server, the server does not exist, the server cannot process the request being executed, or the server returns invalid answer.If you receive these error messages, check the connector configuration and check the network connection. If the connector configuration is correct and you are online, you may need to uninstall and reinstall Outlook Mobile Manager and the browser.

    • 550, 551: Typically, these error codes indicate that your server is not configured to relay to another SMTP server that knows the destination address.You must point to a server that can send SMTP messages outside of the firewall. If these error messages continue to work, contact your administrator to ensure that SMTP relaying is not prohibited on your server.

    DSN error codes

    Second and third digits

    • State “in other addresses” X.1.0

    • X. 1.1 destination mailbox address is invalid

    • X. 1,2 Invalid target system address

    • X. 1.3 invalid syntax for destination mailbox address

    • Ambiguous mailbox destination addresses X.1.4

    • Destination mailbox address X.1.5 valid

    • Mailbox X. 1.6 moved

    • Syntax for mailbox address “X. 1.7” invalid sender

    • System address “X.1.8 “is not a valid sender

    • Status of another or undefined mailbox X. 2.0

    • Mailbox X. 2.1 disabled, does not receive messages

    • Mailbox X. 2.2 full

    • Message length X.2.3 exceeds the limit set for administrator

    • Error extending mailing list X. 2.4

    • State of another or undefined state of the mail system X. 3.0

    • Email system X. 3.1 full

    • System X.3.2 does not accept network messages

    • System X. 3.3 does not support selected components

    • X message too large. 3.4 for system

    • X. 4.0 other or undefined network or routing state

    • X.4.1 no response from node

    • Incorrect connection X. 4.2

    • Routing server X failure. 4.3

    • X. 4.4 unable to send route

    • Network overload X.4.5

    • X routing loop detected. 4.6

    • Delivery time X. 4.7 expired

    • State of another or undefined protocol X. 5.0

    • Invalid X command.5.1

    • Syntax error X.5.2

    • Too many recipients: X. 5.3

    • Invalid command arguments X.5.4

    • Invalid protocol version X.5.5

    • Other or undefined media error X. 6.0

    • Multimedia X. 6.1 not supported

    • Conversion X. 6.2 required and prohibited

    • Conversion X.6.3 required but not supported

    • Conversion X. 6.4 with loss execution

    • X conversion failed. 6.5

    • Security state X. 7.0 (other or undefined)

    • Unauthorized delivery X.7.1, message rejected

    • Disabled extension of mailing list X. 7.2

    • Safety transformation X. 7.3 mandatory but not possible

    • Safety functions X. 7.4 not supported

    • Cryptography error X.7.5

    • Encryption algorithm X.7.6 not supported

    • Message integrity error X.7.7

    For more information about DSN errors, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

    256321 Extended Delivery Status Codes – RFC 1893 For more information on DSN error codes, see RFC 1893.

  • Error 2901, 2903: A temporary response to an error message received from the SMTP server was found in the SMTP connector. The message will automatically repeat.

    These error messages can occur if the SMTP server has problems that you are using to forward messages to your device. Error codes 2901 and 2903 differ from error codes 2900 and 2902 in that they are temporary error codes rather than permanent errors.When these codes appear, they will try to forward the message. These error messages may indicate network connectivity issues, but they may indicate that the server is temporarily down or unavailable. The error code is a level 400 error code. An HTTP 400 error message received by the extended error response string is included in the log entry. The extended error response is the DSN error code described in RFC 1893. The level 400 error message and DSN error code in the log should be set to a value that indicates where the problem occurred.The following list describes the HTTP 400 level error messages that you might encounter. The DSN error codes in the previous section also apply to these error logs.

    • HTTP 421: The server is shutting down the SMTP service. This problem can occur for various reasons, which indicate a problem on the server. There may also be problems with the DNS server. Contact your SMTP server administrator to check the stability of the SMTP service.

    • 450, 451, 452: The server has some local issues that need to be resolved. This can lead to maintenance issues that can cause the SMTP service to stop and start and restart the server. An error message appears when forwarding the first message; further attempts should succeed.

    • 454: The client does not have permission to connect to the server.This issue can occur if the SMTP server is not configured to allow anonymous access. You must point to a server that allows anonymous login. SMTP servers that require authentication do not allow Outlook Mobile Manager to run successfully, and these errors continue to be logged.

  • Error 2904, 2905: The SMTP connector could not be initialized because a memory allocation failure occurred.Close some programs to free up system resources, and then restart the program.

    This error message can occur if the computer has memory or is low on resources. To resolve this issue, close any additional programs that may be depleting memory resources.

  • Error 2908: The Microsoft Outlook Mobile Manager initialization failed because the SMTP connector is not configured correctly.Restart the program and you should be able to change the configuration parameters for this trunk. If you are unsure which options to use, contact your administrator.

    This error message may appear if you entered incorrect information for the SMTP server. In this scenario, Outlook Mobile Manager may not initialize correctly. If you receive this error message, restart Outlook Mobile Manager using the taskbar icon or menu command, and then check if the SMTP server configuration information is correct.

  • National Health Magazine


    “National Health Care”
    is a peer-reviewed scientific and practical medical journal intended for specialists in the field of organization and management of health care.

    Published: since 2020

    Frequency of publication: 4 times a year.

    Founder and of the journal:

    • Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

    • Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education I.I.M. Sechenova (Sechenov University) of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

    Editor-in-chief:

    M.A. Murashko – Dr. med. Sci., Professor, Minister of Health of the Russian Federation

    Certificate of state registration of mass media PI No. FS 77-80206 dated January 19, 2021, issued by the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor).

    Magazine publisher
    and edition
    : FGAOU VO First MGMU im. THEM. Sechenov (Sechenov University)

    Address: 119991, Moscow, st. Trubetskaya, 8, bldg. 2.

    Editorial e-mail: [email protected]

    Site of the journal: https://www.natszdrav.ru

    The journal “National Healthcare” publishes articles on topical issues of organization and management of healthcare, medical education, epidemiology, hygiene, preventive medicine, public health, sociology of medicine, medico-social examination and rehabilitation, organization of pharmaceutical business.

    Main specialty for scientific publications:

    3.2.3. Public health and health care organization, sociology and history of medicine.

    The editorial board of the journal “National Health” allows non-commercial use of materials published in the journal, subject to international copyright law and a mandatory link to the source.

    Content available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4 license.0 License.

    Detailed information about the journal “National Health” is presented on the official website of the journal a https://www.natszdrav.ru

    Journal of theoretical and applied research “Education and Science”

    Journal
    theoretical and applied research Education and Science”
    publishes the most significant scientific works and the results of the activities of scientists of the Russian Federation
    in a wide range of areas related to the development of education.We are good
    we understand that the production and consumption of scientific knowledge is essentially a communication process.
    Actually thanks to constant communication, regular exchange of information
    are jointly developed, exist and eventually become the public domain
    new ideas, concepts and techniques. The mission of our publication is to develop
    human potential of Russian pedagogical science, joining efforts
    various categories of researchers, university and scientific intelligentsia, in
    creation and support of a single space for scientific communication in the field
    education, bridging the gap between publications of regional, federal and
    international level.

    The journal’s policy is based on the principle
    an interdisciplinary approach that allows the presentation of scientific and
    the pedagogical community the results of research
    collectives and individual authors in different fields of science,
    aimed at solving educational problems.

    We look forward to further fruitful cooperation
    with leading scientists in the field of education and pedagogy and we will be glad to new
    authors engaged in research work that coincides with the topic of our
    editions.

    Scientific editor of the journal,

    Head of the REC for vocational pedagogical education

    Dr. ped. Sciences, Professor V. A. Fedorov

    The journal is included in the list of peer-reviewed scientific publications, in which the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of candidate of sciences, for the degree of doctor of sciences must be published.

    The journal is included in the European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS).The journal is included in the specialized abstract database Scopus.

    The journal is included in the Web of Science Core Collection (Emerging Sources Citation Index).

    Print ISSN: 1994-5639.

    More detailed information can be found on the website (www.edscience.ru/) of the journal.

    90,000 Frequently Asked Questions About Magazine CiteScore

    1.1 What is CiteScore?

    CiteScore is a simple and reliable way to quantify the citation rate of peer-reviewed publications in periodicals such as journals.Periodicals are publications that are published regularly (that is, one or more times a year).

    The CiteScore metric takes into account the average number of citations over 4 calendar years for 5 types of peer-reviewed documents (research articles, review articles, conference proceedings, white papers, and book chapters) published in the journal over the same four years. The calendar year of a periodical issue is based on the date on the cover, not the date the issue became available on the Internet.

    In-print articles (AiP) are indexed by Scopus databases for some publications, but are not taken into account when calculating the CiteScore.

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    1.2 Why did you change the methodology for calculating the CiteScore metric in June 2020, more than 3 years after its introduction in December 2016?

    Feedback from end users and bibliometrics experts has shown that calculating CiteScore for all types of documents published in journals across different disciplines results in the CiteScores metric underestimating the overall impact of the journal / source.The inclusion of valuable but rarely cited types of documents, such as editorials, research community summaries, and other publications, lowered the reliability of the CiteScore metric.

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    1.3 What improvements were made to the CiteScore calculation method in June 2020?

    The calculation takes into account only citations of those types of documents that usually reflect the contribution of peer-reviewed publications – articles, reviews, conference proceedings (in full), book chapters in book series and white papers.These publications are usually cited the most.

    All calculations are still transparent: you can go to the page with detailed information about the Scopus source and see the publications and citations included in the metric. The CiteScore metric for the last 9 years has been recalculated using a new method and is available on the website https://www.scopus.com/sources.

    Additional changes that make the CiteScore metric fairer and more robust:

    • Extended citation window (4 years instead of 1)
    • The calculation takes into account publications for the last year
    • Accuracy to 1 decimal place to avoid false precision

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    1.4 Are values ​​based on the previous CiteScore calculation method available?

    Values ​​based on the previous methodology for calculating the CiteScore metric are not directly available through scopus.com or the Scopus APIs. However, if you just need the old value, please send a request to Scopus Support.

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    1.5 Are the CiteScore values ​​on Scopus.com calculated using the new methodology (introduced in June 2020) or the old one?

    All CiteScore values ​​and years on Scopus are calculated using a new methodology and completely replace the previously existing obsolete CiteScore values.

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    1.6 Why does the CiteScore metric not include articles in print?

    Articles in print have been excluded from the CiteScore calculation to ensure consistency and avoid bias when evaluating periodicals and publishers.

    Articles in print are handled differently by Scopus databases than regular publications. For example, in Scopus, articles in print do not always have a list of cited sources, so they do not affect the number of citations of other documents in the same way as regular articles included in Scopus.In addition, Scopus does not receive in-print articles from all periodicals and publishers.

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    1.7 Why are annotations not taken into account in the CiteScore metric?

    Annotations are not indexed in Scopus and are not included in the denominator when calculating the CiteScore metric.

    References to annotations of other indexed articles are also not included in the numerator when calculating the CiteScore. This eliminates the possibility of inconsistencies in the types of documents included in the numerator and denominator.

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    1.8 Are documents published in annexes and / or special editions taken into account when calculating the CiteScore?

    When calculating CiteScore, all documents registered with Scopus as an integral part of a periodical are taken into account, if they belong to the peer-reviewed types (articles, reviews, conference papers, white papers and book chapters).

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    1.9 How the final CiteScore is calculated on the Scopus website.com?

    The CiteScore metrics (except for the CiteScore Tracker) are announced once a year and do not change, so they allow you to determine the citation level of a periodical. The Scopus.com database is dynamic and changes daily.

    The CiteScore metric is calculated from a snapshot of the Scopus database and reflects the relative performance of periodicals at a given point in time. Metrics for 2011-2018 were calculated by recreating the Scopus database as it existed at the time.CiteScore metric for 2020 calculated based on data for May 2021.

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    1.10 What is CiteScore Tracker?

    The CiteScore Tracker is calculated in the same way as the CiteScore, but for the current year, not the previous full years. The CiteScore Tracker metric is updated every month and serves as a current indicator of the publication’s success.

    The numerator (number of citations) and denominator (number of documents) of the metric for the current year is calculated every month as additional citations and documents become available, i.e.That is, the order of its construction corresponds to the construction of the CiteScore metric for a full year. The CiteScore Tracker metric is not based on a sliding 12 month window.

    The values ​​of this indicator are recorded in the spring, and then the Tracker is calculated for the next year. For example, the CiteScore 2020 metric will become complete and will be fixed in the spring when the CiteScore Tracker 2021 metric appears on Scopus.com.

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    1.11 For which database is the CiteScore metric calculated?

    CiteScore is calculated based on Scopus data.They are based on the same version of Scopus.com that users have access to without any changes.

    Impact Factor is generated from Journal Citation Reports [JCR], not directly from the Web of Science platform. JCR associates citation with the journal level. The JCR database is not available to users.

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    1.12 How do I report a data error to Scopus?

    Both subscribers and guest users of Scopus can contact support.

    Corrections to the Scopus database can be requested from support or by direct link using the web form for correcting materials. Scopus approved fixes will be reflected in the CiteScore Tracker at the next monthly update.

    Between June and July, you can also request an adjustment to the current year’s CiteScore using the same link. Accepted corrections will be taken into account when recalculating the CiteScore, which will be published around October of the same year.

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    1.13 Why is the CiteScore I calculated in Scopus different from the published one?

    The CiteScore Tracker metric is updated monthly and Scopus data is updated daily. If you calculated the CiteScore Tracker yourself, the difference is related to the metric lagging behind the Scopus database.

    If you are calculating the CiteScore for a full year, such as CiteScore 2018 or CiteScore 2015, the difference is due to the fact that these metrics are a snapshot of the Scopus database, which is updated daily.The CiteScore metric shows the state of affairs at the date of calculation, and the number of citations or documents in Scopus may have changed due to ongoing improvements. Improvements include the following:

    1. Additional materials such as adding books, conference proceedings and citations dated at least 1970: https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/scopus/content
    2. Addition of new editions. More information about including publications in the database: https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/scopus/content/content-policy-and-selection
    3. Fixes bugs such as random indexing spaces and links between citations and the document they referenced.More on content coverage: https://www.elsevier.com/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/69451/scopus_content_coverage_guide.pdf

    It is also possible that your documents include In-Print Articles (AiP) that are not included in the CiteScore calculation. To see an example of the correct search terms, click the denominator of the magazine’s CiteScore Tracker metric. Example. For Solid State Communications (source ID 29886), documents for the CiteScore 2020 metric are displayed in Scopus by the following advanced search query:

    SOURCE-ID (29886) AND ((PUBYEAR = 2020) OR (PUBYEAR = 2019) OR (PUBYEAR = 2018) OR (PUBYEAR = 2017)) AND (DOCTYPE (ar) OR DOCTYPE (re) OR DOCTYPE (cp) DOCTYPE (dp) OR DOCTYPE (ch) AND NOT PUBSTAGE (aip))

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    1.14 How much are CiteScore scores?

    CiteScore metrics are free, just like other SNIP and SJR metrics for magazines.

    Can CiteScore be exported?

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    1.15 Can CiteScore be exported?

    Yes. You can download a spreadsheet of all CiteScore scores at scopus.com/sources.

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    1.16 For which publications are CiteScore indicators available?

    CiteScore is available for all periodicals in the Scopus April 2020 list for which sufficient data is available to calculate the metric.The following types of periodicals are available: magazines, conference proceedings, book series, and trade journals.

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    1.17 When will CiteScore be calculated for new periodicals?

    CiteScore is calculated for a publication if it has been published for more than one year and has more than 4 peer-reviewed publications. For example, a magazine that begins publishing in 2019 will receive its first annual CiteScore (CiteScore 2019) around June 2020.As for the CiteScore Tracker, a magazine that began publishing in 2019 and was listed as a Scopus source before April 2019 may receive its first CiteScore Tracker by June 2019. After April 2019, the CiteScore Tracker metric will be calculated after the annual metric is published in June 2020. By updating the CiteScore Tracker each month, users can actively track the CiteScore and publication progress over time until the final annual score is calculated in June of next year.

    CiteScore Annual Metric

    Metric CiteScore Tracker

    Time until the metric is received by the new edition

    1.5 years

    0.5-1.5 years

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    1.18 Why doesn’t a periodical have a CiteScore metric?

    • Edition may not be periodic.Periodicals are publications that are published regularly (that is, one or more times a year). Individual books do not have a CiteScore.
    • If the publication is a periodic publication, the CiteScore may be missing due to insufficient data. The minimum data required to calculate the CiteScore is the citation year ( A in example ) and the publication year ( B in example ). Data may not be enough if a periodical has been indexed recently or is no longer indexed in Scopus.
    • Only periodicals that are actively indexed in Scopus and meet the criteria for CiteScore 2019 and / or CiteScore Tracker 2020 will receive CiteScore when recalculated. As new publications are added to Scopus, they will receive CiteScore (see section 1.9).
    • When relaunched in June 2020, periodicals that were indexed in May 2020 may receive CiteScore. Editions that were added to the indexed list before April 2020are counted towards CiteScore 2019. Editions added after April 2020 will not receive an annual CiteScore until June 2021, but may receive a CiteScore Tracker 2020 if they have documents from 2017 to 2020.

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    1.19 How does the CiteScore calculation differ from the impact factor calculation?

    There are two methodological differences from Impact Factor associated with calculating the numerator (A) and denominator (B). Consider CiteScore 2019 for Forensic Science International:

    • In the CiteScore metric, A is the average number of citations from 2017 to 2020 for 5 types of peer-reviewed documents (research articles, review articles, conference proceedings, white papers, and book chapters) published in this journal over the same four years.
      When calculating Impact Factor, the numerator A is the number of citations in 2019 of any material published in this edition during the previous 2 years – 2017 and 2018. There is also a version of the impact factor that takes into account materials from the previous 5 years. For a detailed description of the impact factor numerator, see here.

    Denominator B is the number of documents published in 4 (CiteScore), 2 or 5 (Impact Factor) previous years.

    • For CiteScore B, these are peer-reviewed documents indexed in Scopus over the years, namely original research articles, review articles, conference proceedings, white papers, and book chapters (excluding letters, editorials, lists of typos, etc.).etc.).
      • Annotations are not indexed in Scopus and are not counted in the denominator.
      • References to annotations from other indexed articles are not included in the numerator when calculating the CiteScore. This eliminates the possibility of inconsistencies in document types included in the numerator and denominator in CiteScore.
    • When calculating Impact Factor B, these are indexed cited materials.
      • Traditionally, Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters) counts all research articles, notes (including short messages), reviews (including mini-reviews) and full conference proceedings as sources.Other types of articles, such as short abstracts, letters to the editor, news and editorials, are generally considered uncited.
      • If the uncited material has the characteristics of a research article, as described in this document, then that material is likely to be considered cited. A good example is case reports, mainly found in the medical literature, because there are so many varieties of them. The decision is made for each journal separately, so a report in one journal may be cited, but in another journal it may not.
    • The CiteScore metric takes into account all types of research documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, white papers, and book chapters) as they are most frequently cited, and the Impact Factor considers documents that are considered most likely to be cited.

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    1.20 Why does this or that periodical have a lower CiteScore than the Impact Factor?

    Periodicals that publish many documents that are not cited according to the Impact Factor criteria are likely to have a CiteScore lower than the Impact Factor.This is due to the fact that the impact factor takes into account references to all types of documents, but the denominator takes into account only cited materials – as a rule, articles and reviews. This is potentially beneficial for journals with a relatively large number of unrefereed document types such as notes, letters, news and editorials that are frequently cited.

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    1.21 Why does this or that periodical have a higher CiteScore than the Impact Factor?

    Scopus has a wider reach than Journal Citation Reports, so the number of citations per periodical is on average about 10% higher.Periodicals that publish only or almost exclusively cited material (articles, reviews, conference proceedings, white papers, and book chapters) benefit from an increase in the CiteScore numerator over the Impact Factor, since it counts 4-year citations in the numerator and peer-reviewed document types published in 4 years (articles, reviews, conference papers, white papers, and book chapters) in the denominator.

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    1.22 Why does the rating of a particular periodical differ from the rating in terms of impact factor?

    Rating may vary because periodical and impact factor ratings are calculated from different databases, using different metrics and different subject classifications.

    Scopus has a more complete coverage of periodicals than the Journal Citation Reports resource, on the basis of which the impact factor is calculated (approximately twice as many publications).Thus, among the editions ranked by the impact factor, there are additional editions that can influence their positions.

    Different thematic affiliation of publications can also influence the rating. The subject classification used in Scopus is different from the subject classification used in Journal Citation Reports.

    Ratings are calculated based on CiteScore values ​​with 3 decimal places.

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    1.23 Why is a 4-year post window used in calculating CiteScore?

    The 4-year window for both citation and publication of (peer-reviewed) cited articles was chosen because it makes the calculation more reliable and stable and allows the previous year to be included in the equation.The 480 4-year window also reflects the well-established and popular calculation approach adopted in the Field-Weighted Citation Impact (FWCI) metric.

    The purpose of the publication window is to capture a representative number of cited materials in periodicals that are fresh enough to reflect strategic changes in the publication. The time window for a metric to be calculated for all periodicals in a multidisciplinary database such as Scopus should be the trade-off that works best across all subject areas.

    Research shows that a publication period of 3 to 4 years is the best compromise, see this article. As shown in the diagram, this is enough to record the peak of citation in most disciplines. A shorter time window, for example 2 years, is unfair to slower fields such as physics and astronomy. A longer time window, for example 5 years, is unfair for more rapidly developing fields such as biochemistry and molecular biology.

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    1.24 Why did you increase the citation window (4 years instead of 1 year)?

    • A more reliable estimate of the citation of articles after they have been published.
    • When evaluating the citation rate of a journal, older articles have a stronger impact on the metric (within 3 years after the year of publication).
    • New articles start to affect the citation index faster.

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    1.25 Why are only peer-reviewed documents considered when calculating CiteScore?

    • To eliminate the impact of non-peer-reviewed document types (editorials, news, letters, and notes).
    • For a fairer comparison of logs.
    • To make it easier to prevent the metric from being tampered with by unscrupulous logs.

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    1.26 How can I compare publications related to different subject areas using the CiteScore?

    The CiteScore should not be used to compare publications from different disciplines. This indicator is not given by subject area, and different rates of publication and citation in different branches of knowledge affect the values ​​of the indicators, as well as different productivity of researchers.

    The CiteScore Percentile percentile can be used to compare sources in the same subject area. Sources in the top 10% cited in certain industries have similar citation rates in their respective industries, although their percentile rank is based on CiteScore values, which have different absolute values.

    In addition, you can compare publications in different subject areas using the following metrics:

    • SNIP rating, standardized by subject area.
    • SJR rating, normalized by subject area.

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    1.27 How to understand if the value of the metric CiteScore = 3.64 is high or low for a periodical?

    A CiteScore of 3.64 can be high or low depending on the subject area, because researchers in different subject areas behave differently and have different citation tendencies.

    To understand what the CiteScore value means, you should pay attention to the CiteScore Percentile value.Percentile metric CiteScore Percentile indicates the position of a periodical with a particular CiteScore metric relative to other publications in the same subject area. For example, a periodical might have a CiteScore of 3.64 and a high CiteScore Percentile of 93% in its subject area, or a CiteScore of 3.64 and a low CiteScore Percentile of 34% in its subject area.

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    1.28 What are the benefits of the CiteScore Tracker metric?

    • The CiteScore Tracker is compiled monthly, reflecting fairly accurately the state of the data in Scopus.Users can check the CiteScore scores themselves against the same database against which they are calculated.
    • Errors occasionally appear in the Scopus database. Scopus makes every effort to accurately index and link documents (see this article for details), but due to the large size of the database, occasional errors are inevitable. If you find a bug, please report it to Scopus Support or by using the feedback form at the following link: https://service.elsevier.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/14837/supporthub/scopus/.These fixes will be applied to the CiteScore Tracker metric in the next monthly update.
    • You can use metrics based on the latest data as input to your decisions.
    • Regular updates follow the approach to other research metrics, so it is easier to complement CiteScore with other types of metrics available to articles, researchers, institutions, etc.
    • New periodicals added to Scopus receive the CiteScore metric as quickly as possible.The new periodical will receive the CiteScore metric in the year following the indexing year. The first CiteScore metric is based on a partial citation year and a publication year part.
    • The value of the CiteScore Tracker metric can increase or decrease from month to month when the number of documents that make up the numerator or denominator changes. For example, if the denominator increases but the numerator remains the same, the CiteScore Tracker decreases.

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    1.29 How is self-citation processed?

    Journal self-citation included in the CiteScore. Self-citations in terms of CiteScore are references from documents published in a periodical to other documents published in the same periodical. In most cases, these are useful links to the reader and point to related documents.

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    1.30 How do I refer to CiteScore scores?

    To refer to the value of the CiteScore indicators, the following information must be provided: name of the indicator; indicator value; the year to which the indicator belongs; the relevance of the data on which the indicator was calculated; data source; the name of the periodical for which the indicator is given; URL or link to the metric source in www format.scopus.com/sourceid/xxxxxxx. In addition, in the case of CiteScore Percentile, Rank and Quartile, it is also recommended to indicate the category of the subject area in which the score was calculated.

    The minimum information provided is the name of the metric and the year. A link to Scopus and the context of the indicator (for example, the address of the main page of a journal) will provide the rest of the information.

    Examples of text links to CiteScore values ​​for periodicals:

    1. CiteScore ™ 2020 for A.Calculated by Scopus May 2021 Data can be found at www.scopus.com/sourceid/xxxxxxx
    2. CiteScore ™ Tracker 2021. Calculated by Scopus November 2021 Data can be found at www.scopus.com/sourceid/xxxxxxx
    3. CiteScore ™ Percentile 2020. Calculated by Scopus May 2021 for life sciences. Data can be found at www.scopus.com/sourceid/xxxxxxx
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      1.31 How are unrelated quotes handled?

      There are two options for the development of events:

      1. Reference 1 in Article A quotes Article B: Scopus matches if Article B is indexed in the database.
      2. Reference 1 in article A quotes something, but it is not clear what exactly, or there is no such article in the database, so a dummy record is created.

      For example, in case 2, the metadata contains a link to The Lancet, but no specific article, so the link becomes a dummy entry and is not considered a citation of The Lancet. CiteScore only counts related citations, as opposed to a journal’s Impact Factor, which includes unrelated citations, even if it is unclear if they are correct.

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      1.32 Are short messages counted in the CiteScore?

      It depends on which of the standard document types in Scopus the provider (or publisher) chooses: article, conference proceedings, review, book chapter, note, editorial, letter, list of typos, synopsis, conference review, book, white paper , rebuttal or sales pitch. This is usually a note or a synopsis, but sometimes an article depending on the coding scheme set for that magazine / publisher on the vendor’s systems.

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      1.33 How are name changes handled?

      When a publication changes its title, upon publication of the following annual values, the new edition is given a CiteScore based on documents (if any) published with both the old and the new title. This allows publishers to change titles of titles without losing the CiteScore. When a publication changes its name, it receives a new source identifier in Scopus and a link is established between the old and new titles.The CiteScore algorithm looks for publications with a changed title, and then counts all documents that fell into the 4-year publication window, that is, published under both the old and the new name. This will keep the denominator as complete as possible and the CiteScore will be calculated for the new title as soon as possible.

      In the example below, Journal A changes its name to Journal B. The latest issue of Journal A is published at the end of 2020, and the first issue of Journal B is published in early 2020.Magazine B will receive a 2020 CiteScore, which is calculated around June 2021, which will allow the publisher to use the scores of the old edition with the new magazine name. The scores are calculated based on papers published in Journal A. Journal A will not receive new scores, but will keep the history of CiteScore scores. In June 2021, articles from magazine A will not be used for the first time in the calculation of CiteScore 2020.

      Magazine A

      Magazine B

      CiteScore 2020 (calculated in June 2021))

      All metrics

      All metrics (documents and citations of journal A for 2017–2020)

      CiteScore 2020 (calculated in June 2021)

      No new metrics, only old ones

      All metrics (2017-2019 docs and journal A citations 2017-2020) + journal B documents and citations for 2020

      CiteScore 2021 (calculated in June 2022)

      No new metrics, only old ones

      All metrics (2018–2019 papers and citations of journal A for 2018–2021) + documents and citations of journal B for 2020–2021.

      CiteScore 2022 (calculated in June 2023)

      No new metrics, only old ones

      All metrics (documents for 2019.and citation of journal A for 2019–2022. + documents and citations of journal B for 2020-2022)

      CiteScore 2023 (calculated in June 2024)

      No new metrics, only old ones

      All metrics (citations of journal A for 2020–2023 + documents and citations of journal B for 2020–2023)

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      1.34 My periodical had a CiteScore Tracker 2020, but I can’t find an annual value in CiteScore 2020. What is the reason?

      Annual CiteScore is calculated for active publications only. If your publication recently did not have material in the April / May Scopus site overview file (current year minus three previous ones), it is automatically considered inactive. This usually applies to book series and does not apply to other reasons.

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