Publication Ethics

 For Publication

  • All submitted manuscripts are reviewed by at least two reviewers who are expert in their subject.
  • The originality, soundness, novelty and language are factors that are taken into account in review by reviewers.
  • The result of review is categorized into eligible to publish without revision, eligible to publish with minor revision, eligible to publish with major revision, and rejection.
  • There is no guarantee that the revised submission will be accepted even authors are encouraged to revise and resubmit the manuscript.
  • Rejected manuscript will not be re-reviewed.

For Editor

  • Editors have full responsibility and authority to reject/accept a manuscript.
  • Editors should guarantee the quality of the papers published.
  • Editors should provide all information required by authors to improve the publication.
  • Editors should preserve the identity or anonymity of reviewers.
  • Editors should not allow any conflicts of interest among authors, reviewers and board members.

For Authors

  • Authors have to certify that the manuscript has not previously been published or is not being considered for publication elsewhere.
  • Authors have to certify that manuscript submitted is free from plagiarism.
  • Authors have to follow the rule of guideline of ANALISIS.
  • Authors state that all data analyzed are real.

For Reviewers

  • Reviewers should evaluate a manuscript solely on academic merits, in which if a conflict of interest is detected it should be immediately notified to the editor.
  • Reviewers have to keep all information related to the manuscript reviewed.
  • Reviewers should review a manuscript objectively.
  • Reviewers should notify clearly on unclear statement written by authors.
  • Reviewers should not review manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest resulted from competitive or relationships with any of the authors.
  • If plagiarism is detected, reviewers should notify the editors immediately.