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Wos and Scopus publications

Scopus is a world-renowned publication. As soon as a researcher, graduate student or authoritative scientist publishes an article and is mentioned in “Scopus”, he has the opportunity to declare himself among scientists.
However, an article for a Scopus publication must meet simple, but, at the same time, rather stringent criteria. If all the requirements are met, then the author goes through and posts the results of his activities.

Scopus Publications: Author and Reviewer

First of all, it is imperative to clarify the information regarding the names of the authors, their correct spelling through transliteration. In addition, it can be the work of one person or a whole team. It is necessary to clarify passport data, contact information (phone numbers, e-mail addresses). You should also correctly indicate titles, positions, place of work.
Additionally, it is recommended to find a responsible person conducting official correspondence, verifying information on the researchers. Then the article will be published shortly.

Wos Publications: Research Paper Title

Everything is very simple here: the title of a scientific article should be laconic, but, at the same time, reveal the whole essence of what is written so that people, upon request in a search engine or other databases, can find what they need in the shortest possible time. For this reason, it is advisable to avoid abbreviations and formulas.

Scopus publication guidelines

An abstract of the author must be attached to the article. The researcher necessarily indicates the goals (he set them in the introduction), describes the essence of the work on a page, makes brief conclusions. In addition, the content should be succinct. It is forbidden to write information from the introduction, conclusions. Listing of links, reference materials is not allowed.
Keywords are of great importance. With their help, users are looking for work in registers and electronic libraries.
In addition, the article should contain:

  • references to scientific works of other researchers;
  • applications to the practical part;
  • conclusions about the work done at the end;
  • thanks to all the people who helped with research and writing.

Wos Publications: Research Methods

The article must necessarily list all the methods that the researcher used when conducting experiments and observations. It is advisable to characterize and describe each of them in as much detail as possible.
In addition, the materials and tools that the author required to conduct a qualitative study are indicated. They, too, need to devote most of the introduction to scientific work.

Conclusions on the work done in the publication of Scopus

One of the most important parts of a scientific report is conclusions. The author must fully summarize the results of his work on the issues, goals, objectives.
It should be remembered that Wos or Scopus publications should not contain subjective or value judgments. the article is written in a scientific language, without a large number of introductory constructions or emotional coloring.
Also, inserts like built-in pictures of photographs, tables and graphs are allowed in the publication. However, they must necessarily contain footnotes and signatures with designations to which part of the work is attached.
If all these rules are observed by the author/authors of a scientific article, then the editorial staff of the journal will consider it as soon as possible and give an answer regarding the publication. As a last resort, the text will be returned for revisions.

Requirements for submitting an article to Scopus

1. Title
The title should be concise, accurate and meaningful. Names are commonly used by search engines and search engines. They should contain keywords that readers will be looking for. It is highly advisable to avoid the use of abbreviations and formulas (does not apply to material where, due to the subject matter, the presence of formulas and calculations is necessary).
2. Authors’ data
Full name, full contact information for each of the authors. Highlight the last names and specify the double names of the authors. Indicate the affiliation of the authors to the organization and their position, as well as the availability of academic degrees under the names.
3. Responsible author
Mark who will carry out the correspondence process at all stages of the review and after publication. Enter your email address, postal address, and telephone number (including country and region codes).
4. Abstract
Prepare a brief summary of the research objectives, work performed and conclusions. The abstract should be self-contained. Do not include general or reference information that should be included in the introduction, abbreviations, or references. Include keywords from your title and subject area in your annotation to improve your online searches.
5. Keywords
Be sure to include keywords for indexing and online searches. Keywords should describe the content of the scientific article and include key phrases from the subject area.
6. Introduction
A well-written introduction allows readers to have a complete understanding of what is presented in the content of the material. The introduction should be full, free from common phrases and clichés.
7. Experimental methods
If necessary, describe the experimental methods used in great detail. A complete description of the materials and equipment used must be provided.
8. Results and discussion
Provide a description of the results. It is important not only to describe the results obtained, but also to critically interpret them.
9. Conclusions
Write down the conclusion about your research. Conclusions should not contain information that is not found elsewhere in the substantive part of the article.
10. Gratitudes
Indicate the data of persons and organizations that contributed to the study, but are not co-authors when posting the material. It is possible that materials, equipment or necessary funding were provided.
11. Applications
Use them to provide additional information, place tables, or make mathematical conclusions.
12. References
Provide a complete list of cited literary sources in a scientific article.
13. Legends to figures and tables
Captions for each figure and table must be present.
14. Figures
Attach separate high-resolution files for each of the pictures.
15. Tables
Number the tables sequentially according to the order in which they appear in the text.
16. Embedded images
Images (pictures) embedded in a Word text document, as a rule, are not suitable for processing. The valid file formats are TIFF, JPEG and EPS. When submitting files in EPS format, make sure all fonts are embedded. Responsibility for the use of images lies with the authors. Authors must submit figures in separate files.