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IJD(®) 2014: Marching Ahead.

Lahiri K - Indian J Dermatol (2015 Jan-Feb)

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Affiliation: Editor, Indian Journal of Dermatology (IJD®), IADVL West Bengal State Branch, Kolkata, India. E-mail: editor@e-ijd.org.

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The Indian Journal of Dermatology (IJD) QUIZ is creating waves with each issue... Within the first 24 h we receive almost half of the answers... The results were declared on time, all the time on 1 of the next month... It would be pertinent to mention here about the other lucrative rewards offered like IJD Ranbaxy awards for best original article and best case report... All the vital publication indicators like SCImago Journal Ranking cites per doc, total cites, total citable documents and the percentage of cited documents continued to show a very healthy and steady upward swing... We are happy that in terms of percentage of cited documents and citable documents in 2013 IJD has surpassed all other Dermatology Journals published from India [Figures 2 and 3]... In 2014 we could bring out a historic symposium on Evidence-based Dermatology with our Executive Editor Dr. Saumya Panda as the chief architect of the same... Another symposium on the burning issue topical corticosteroid misuse by Dr. Arijit Coondoo has significantly expanded the horizon of the journal... New additions like IJD focus articles and separate sections on Investigative Dermatology and Dermatology in Internal Medicine are also to be mentioned... In 2005, we observed a very successful IJD GoldCon to commemorate the golden jubilee celebration of the journal... Very recently we have entered the final phase of registering our logo as well... Like every year, on behalf of team IJD, let me wish all of you a very happy, healthy, peaceful, prosperous and productive 2015... Long live the Indian Journal of Dermatology (IJD).

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Cites per Document in 2, 3 and 4 years windows: Evolution of Citations per Document to published documents of Indian Journal of Dermatology, during the two, three and four previous years. The two years line is equivalent to journal impact factor™ (Thomson Reuters) metricSource - www.scimagojr.com
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Figure 1: Cites per Document in 2, 3 and 4 years windows: Evolution of Citations per Document to published documents of Indian Journal of Dermatology, during the two, three and four previous years. The two years line is equivalent to journal impact factor™ (Thomson Reuters) metricSource - www.scimagojr.com

Mentions: All the vital publication indicators like SCImago Journal Ranking cites per doc, total cites, total citable documents and the percentage of cited documents continued to show a very healthy and steady upward swing. Two-year citation per document is equivalent to journal impact factor™ (Thomsons Reuters) metric. The projected impact factor based on citation analysis of Wolters Kluwer Medknow has reached 0.935 [Figure 1].


IJD(®) 2014: Marching Ahead.

Lahiri K - Indian J Dermatol (2015 Jan-Feb)

Cites per Document in 2, 3 and 4 years windows: Evolution of Citations per Document to published documents of Indian Journal of Dermatology, during the two, three and four previous years. The two years line is equivalent to journal impact factor™ (Thomson Reuters) metricSource - www.scimagojr.com
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Figure 1: Cites per Document in 2, 3 and 4 years windows: Evolution of Citations per Document to published documents of Indian Journal of Dermatology, during the two, three and four previous years. The two years line is equivalent to journal impact factor™ (Thomson Reuters) metricSource - www.scimagojr.com
Mentions: All the vital publication indicators like SCImago Journal Ranking cites per doc, total cites, total citable documents and the percentage of cited documents continued to show a very healthy and steady upward swing. Two-year citation per document is equivalent to journal impact factor™ (Thomsons Reuters) metric. The projected impact factor based on citation analysis of Wolters Kluwer Medknow has reached 0.935 [Figure 1].

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Affiliation: Editor, Indian Journal of Dermatology (IJD®), IADVL West Bengal State Branch, Kolkata, India. E-mail: editor@e-ijd.org.

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The Indian Journal of Dermatology (IJD) QUIZ is creating waves with each issue... Within the first 24 h we receive almost half of the answers... The results were declared on time, all the time on 1 of the next month... It would be pertinent to mention here about the other lucrative rewards offered like IJD Ranbaxy awards for best original article and best case report... All the vital publication indicators like SCImago Journal Ranking cites per doc, total cites, total citable documents and the percentage of cited documents continued to show a very healthy and steady upward swing... We are happy that in terms of percentage of cited documents and citable documents in 2013 IJD has surpassed all other Dermatology Journals published from India [Figures 2 and 3]... In 2014 we could bring out a historic symposium on Evidence-based Dermatology with our Executive Editor Dr. Saumya Panda as the chief architect of the same... Another symposium on the burning issue topical corticosteroid misuse by Dr. Arijit Coondoo has significantly expanded the horizon of the journal... New additions like IJD focus articles and separate sections on Investigative Dermatology and Dermatology in Internal Medicine are also to be mentioned... In 2005, we observed a very successful IJD GoldCon to commemorate the golden jubilee celebration of the journal... Very recently we have entered the final phase of registering our logo as well... Like every year, on behalf of team IJD, let me wish all of you a very happy, healthy, peaceful, prosperous and productive 2015... Long live the Indian Journal of Dermatology (IJD).

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