General Points to Take Into Considerations for TR Index
  1. Periodicals and publication months should not be changed during the publication of the journal year/volume. Periodical and publication month changes should be decided before the year/volume starts and announced beforehand.
  2. In case a decision to change the journal name is made, a new ISSN should be obtained for the new name of the journal. The old name of the journal should be indicated for at least two years in each issue published under the new name and on the website. The name changes and ISSN information of the journal, together with the year intervals, should be indicated in the “About Journal” section under the title “History of the Journal”. In order to change the name of the journal, it is necessary to make a request through the “Journal Name Change Form” in ODIS.
  3. In the event of a later change in the information provided at the application stage, this information should be changed from ODIS as soon as possible. The information should be updated as soon as there is a change (such as editor, journal URL, contact information change). In case of missing or incorrect information, the responsibility rests with the editor. “Journal Information Change” Form should be used for areas prevented from any change.
  4. Peer-review evaluation reports should be kept for at least five years after the publication date, allowing the TUBITAK ULAKBIM TR Index Committee to review them.
  5. All issues of the journal; outside/inside cover, back of the magazine and each issue on the web page of the journal shall include the name of the journal, year, volume number if any and issue number.
  6. Additional/special issues, subject-specific journals or congress proceedings and those published according to article writing rules will be evaluated according to the relevant article of the criteria.
  7. Additional/special issues are the responsibility of the journal editor. The journal’s rules and policies also apply to these issues. The additional/special issue could have a guest editor.
  8. Every scientific article should have a “Bibliography”. The references should be written in Latin alphabet, and the form, accuracy and accessibility should be taken into consideration.
  9. The bibliography should conform to the international sources of writing (APA, MLA, AIP, NLM, AMA, ACS, etc.), and the format used should be detailed in the “Article Writing Rules”.
  10. In the scientific articles using footnotes, the footnote references should be provided separately at the end of the article.
  11. The bibliographic information that identifies the article and can be used for citation [journal name -usually the “short name of the journal” specified by the editorial board is preferred, year; volume no (issue no if any): in the format of the page ranges of the related article (for example: Akd. Araş Derg, 2014; 15(2): 15-22] on the first page of the scientific articles in the journal, preferably on the top, should be provided with the international common form.
  12. All journals in the index are periodically re-evaluated by the TUBITAK ULAKBIM TR Index Committee. The journal may be removed from the index if the TR Index Journal Evaluation Criteria or other conditions are not followed.
  13. The journal should not include names that may mislead readers and authors about “indexed sources.”
  14. In the process of article acceptance, if the opinions of the two reviewers differ, a decision should be reached by consulting the editor or a third reviewer.
General Points to Take Into Considerations for TR Index
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