Information for Readers

Transmathematica, DOI Prefix 10.36285, ISSN 2632-9212, is an archival, Gold Open Access journal. This means there is no charge to read Transmathematica's articles.

All of the journal's publications are archived, in perpetuity, on PKP PN and FigShare. The journal is indexed by Google search and Google Scholar.

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.

The journal is not responsible for the content of web pages outside the journal's website. The journal encourages authors to use DOIs because these are preserved in perpetuity, but is willing to accept all URLs that have appropriate content at the moment when the submission is accepted for publication. However, after this time, URLs may become defunct or may target malicious content. The reader should take appropriate precautions when following URLs.

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