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Meyrier A - Clin Kidney J (2012)

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Affiliation: Editor-in-Chief CKJ.

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As shown below, the number of submissions to NDT Plus has remained more or less the same over the past few years, with a current average of 3-4 submissions per day... Total number of submissions 630 (430 original submissions and 200 revisions) Total number of submissions 606 (419 original submissions and 187 revisions) Total number of submissions 575 (405 original submissions and 170 revisions) We now give an overview of the different manuscript types that have been published in NDT Plus in 2010 and 2011 and their respective percentages... We now compare the acceptance and rejection rates for submissions to NDT Plus... Not only does the number of submissions to NDT Plus more or less remain unchanged, but also the acceptance and rejection rates from 2009 till December 2011 are virtually the same... This number has steadily increased over the past few years and is further testimony of the growing interest in the journal... Usage of NDT Plus has increased, with the average monthly downloads reaching a new high of 8,900 in 2010, an increase of ∼69% compared to 2009 (5,280 in 2009 and 3,770 in 2008)... In 2011, the average downloads even reached 13,220 (a 49% increase compared to 2010)... In July 2011, the new editorial team took over... Some exciting new changes to the journal have already been implemented and will be displayed in the upcoming issues of the Clinical Kidney Journal... In addition to the new cover, new name and new and independent editorial board, new manuscript types and a reshuffled lay-out are among the modifications that will hopefully be appreciated by our authors and readers and which are meant to make CKJ an increasingly successful educational journal.

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Report from the Editorial Office.

Meyrier A - Clin Kidney J (2012)

NDT Plus average monthly full-text downloads, 2008–2011.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig1: NDT Plus average monthly full-text downloads, 2008–2011.
Mentions: Figure 1 illustrates the number of HTML and PDF electronic downloads of full articles from NDT Plus since 2008. This number has steadily increased over the past few years and is further testimony of the growing interest in the journal.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Editor-in-Chief CKJ.

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As shown below, the number of submissions to NDT Plus has remained more or less the same over the past few years, with a current average of 3-4 submissions per day... Total number of submissions 630 (430 original submissions and 200 revisions) Total number of submissions 606 (419 original submissions and 187 revisions) Total number of submissions 575 (405 original submissions and 170 revisions) We now give an overview of the different manuscript types that have been published in NDT Plus in 2010 and 2011 and their respective percentages... We now compare the acceptance and rejection rates for submissions to NDT Plus... Not only does the number of submissions to NDT Plus more or less remain unchanged, but also the acceptance and rejection rates from 2009 till December 2011 are virtually the same... This number has steadily increased over the past few years and is further testimony of the growing interest in the journal... Usage of NDT Plus has increased, with the average monthly downloads reaching a new high of 8,900 in 2010, an increase of ∼69% compared to 2009 (5,280 in 2009 and 3,770 in 2008)... In 2011, the average downloads even reached 13,220 (a 49% increase compared to 2010)... In July 2011, the new editorial team took over... Some exciting new changes to the journal have already been implemented and will be displayed in the upcoming issues of the Clinical Kidney Journal... In addition to the new cover, new name and new and independent editorial board, new manuscript types and a reshuffled lay-out are among the modifications that will hopefully be appreciated by our authors and readers and which are meant to make CKJ an increasingly successful educational journal.

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