Information for Librarians
Transmathematica, DOI Prefix 10.36285, ISSN 2632-9212, is an archival, Gold Open Access journal. All of the journal's submissions are archived, in perpetuity, on PKP PN and FigShare. The journal is indexed by Google search and Google Scholar. All submissions are checked for plagiarims using iThenticate.
The copyright and, if appropriate, performance rights of all works are held by the author but the journal is licenced to publish submissions. The copyright and licence terms are shown in a publication record, like this one. Within every article, the title is a hyperlink. It links directly to a bibliographic record, like this one, which, in turn, links to the publication record. This makes it easy to check copyright, licensing and other terms. Articles published after 1st August 2019 also show the copyright and licence terms in the footer on the first page.
If you maintain a repository of articles, we encourage you to store a copy of Transmathematica's formatted articles so that page numbering and hyperlinks are not disturbed in the copy. You may archive Transmathematica's LaTeX that is used to generate formatted articles. If you produce derived works from from Transmathematica's LaTeX or formatted articles then you must include a citation of Transmathematica's articles.
We encourage research librarians to list Transmathematica among their library's electronic journal holdings. It may be worth noting that Transmathematica's open source publishing system is suitable for libraries and faculty to use with journals they host or edit (see Open Journal Systems).
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