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SpringerPlus is a peer-reviewed Open Access, Online Only journal that accepts manuscripts from all disciplines of Humanities, Science, Technology, Engineering and Medicine. We accept manuscripts describing original research as well as case descriptions and methods, and we expressly encourage submission of data reports and large datasets.

Website: http://www.springerplus.com
Location: London, UK
Members: 31
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Open Access

Open Access. Articles are published Open Access under a Creative Commons Attribution License. This means easy compliance with the Open Access Policy of the 80+ institutions and 40+ funders all over the world who made open access to publications mandatory.

Easy submission. SpringerPlus does not have a restriction on the number of words or figures. Authors are welcomed to submit audio, video, large tables or data files as supplementary data. We do not require extensive formatting; we will accept the manuscript in any appropriate formatting already present. All articles will be published online-only and open access.

Rigorous peer review. All submissions will be peer reviewed, and our reviewers are asked to focus their attention to data presented in the article. Note that we will not reject a manuscript because it is out of scope or for its perceived importance, novelty or ability to attract citations: we will publish any study that is scientifically sound.

Clear and fast editorial process. Review and decision will be fast and our editorial policy is clear: we will either accept your manuscript for publication or not, our editors will not ask for additional research. Authors are encouraged to submit any available review reports for the submitted manuscripts that resulted from a previous submission as these may help the SpringerPlus review process.

Indexing. SpringerPlus is indexed by Scopus and PubMed Central.

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Theoretical Based Research Versus Experimental Based Research:

Started by Mahendra Umare. Last reply by Max Haring Mar 21. 4 Replies 0 Likes

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