ScoreCard is a screening dashboard used for filtering incoming article submissions to journals.
ScoreCard screens submissions and generates a priority score.
The manuscript ingested into PageMajik is run through a two-step process. The first step is an article check, where the manuscript is checked for standardization and normalization issues like pre-edit discrepancies, language inconsistencies, and missing citations. The next step is scoring, where it generates author score and reference score. Author score is the highest score of an author from previously published works, including past retractions, while reference score is an average of the 10 most influential works cited in the article. The combined score helps prioritize review of articles.
What Scorecard does for you?
Helps tackle the increasing number of article submissions
Establishes a standard procedure for screening submissions
Facilitates prioritization of submissions based on the score
Wish to find out if the submitted article meets the publishers’ standards?
What Scorecard allows you to do?
A snapshot of works cited, their dates of publication and the frequency of articles from each year, establishing whether recent publications were used as the basis for the research
Instances of self-citation and citation stacking
A detailed analysis on whether the submission meets the publisher’s house requirements
Language inconsistencies based on 400+ pre-configured grammar and spelling rules derived from the Chicago Manual of Style and other standards such as the APA and the AMA
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