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 Lists of the "Who Is Publishing in My Domain" journal 
The customizeable journal "Who Is Publishing in My Domain" is composed of several listings that you choose when you register for the report.

 A. Top articles 
How the list is created - For the "top articles" list BioMedLib takes the scientific domain you define when you register for the report, and searches for the most relevant articles within that domain. BioMedLib limits the articles to a particular range of time, chosen by you when you register for the report. Examples of time ranges are "since your publication" and "in the past 2 months".

Use-case 1 - You can use this listing to stay up-to-date on articles published on the same topic as your publication which are published after yours. It is usually the case that you systematically evaluate all relevant publications on the topic of your manuscript, up to the time of your publication. But you might not have time to keep monitoring such publications AFTER you have published yours. This list does the monitoring task for you, accurate and easy.
Use-case 2 - Also you can use this listing to receive notice of new articles published in the specific scientific field you are interested. The list comes with hyperlink to the free fulltext when available.

The hyperlinks - Each article in the list comes with several hyperlinks. Note that not every article comes will all the hyperlinks.
► Link to the fulltext;
► Link to the abstract which in turn has links to the fee-based fulltext. If your computer resides in an institution with subscription to the journal, the for-fee-link will resolve automatically, and you will be able to download the fulltext pdf;
► Link to the publications which cited this article;
► Link to the email address of the corresponding author of the article (you can send an email and ask for the fulltext). Note if you copy and paste the email address to your email software, then there is a single space character to the right of the at sign which you need to delete;
► "Projects from the authors": This will show funded projects from the authors of the given article. Note sometimes the exact same name might point to different investigators;
► "Citation export": You can create the RIS file which you then import to your citation manager software such as RefWorks, Endnote, or others;

Types of fulltext hyperlinks - There are three types of hyperlinks which take you to the fulltext of articles.
1."Fulltext downloadable" - Links denoted as "Fulltext downloadable" will take you to the HTML and the PDF fulltexts. You will be able to access, read, print, and download the fulltext without any further questions or fees.
2."Fulltext of equivalent articles" - For articles where the publisher requires purchase fee, the link denoted as "Fulltext of equivalent articles" will take you to the list of closely matching articles which come with the unrestricted "Fulltext downloadable" links. You will then download the fulltext of the articles which you deem as most representative and relevant.
3."Fulltext with fee" - If you can use a computer in an institution which has subscription to the publisher/journal, then you can open your WiPiMD journal from that computer, and then click on links denoted as "Fulltext with fee", which will take you to the fulltext without you having to pay additional fees.

What "top" means - The "top" in the "top articles" means the most relevant articles in the chosen scientific domain, which also match other conditions you might have chosen such as time range, language, etc. The relevance is measured by BioMedLib's multifactorial scoring algorithm.

Registering for the list - You can choose from three types of listings.
► The main version is the top articles since your publication;
► Then is the type where you can define the period of time to use for picking the top articles. Assuming you will be receiving one journal per month, then a period of two months is optimal;
► The third type of this listing further limits the articles by picking only the ones which come with free-of-charge downloadable full-text pdfs.

The color codes - The type 'since your publication' will use two colors, like orange and green, to highlight articles which are published more recently. If you like you can customize the default values of past 6 months (for color orange) and past 18 months (for color green). In other words the articles are ordered by their relevance to the chosen scientific domain, and then thier title is highlighted by the recency of their publication date.

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See explanations for all the listings in one page.