David Roberts
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why is the impact factor of mathematical journals "often" lower than the impact factor of journals in other disciplines
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An interesting perspective here: Antonia Ferrer-Sapena, Enrique A. Sánchez-Pérez, Fernanda Peset, Luis-Millán González, Rafael Aleixandre-Benavent, The Impact Factor as a measuring tool of the ...

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How should I prepare e-prints (pre-prints and post-prints) of already published papers?
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One thing I suggest is do not put up the paper in submitted-manuscript form. You are free to change from double-spaced (if that is the case) back to single spaced (or as appropriate); you can put ...

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Referring to author order on paper when arXiv and published copy are different
3 votes

I have spoken with D, who was placed in second position in the author listing for the published version without their knowledge. They've said they don't mind me referring to the paper placing them ...

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Citing page numbers of unpublished work
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1 votes

If there is a preprint version online, and you are certain that what you want is going to appear in the published version, cite the accepted version (to appear etc), but also include a mention of the ...

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Are there any trustworthy Mathematics fee-based open access journals?
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Research in the Mathematical Sciences is very reputable, if new. The editor in chief is Ken Ono.

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