Computational Methods

Open access International Journal

Computational Methods is an open access and peer-reviewed journal, published by Jagua Publication.

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About
ISSN (online): Pending
Frequency : Two issues per year

Computational Methods is an international open access journal of computational science and engineering. It publishes surveys papers, regular research papers and brief communications. Consequently, there's no confinement on the length of the papers.

Year Started : 2023
DOI prefix: 10.58614
Language : English
Review Process: Peer review
Any queries:  jaguapublication@gmail.com 
Format of Publication : Online
Location : India
Publisher: Jagua Publication, India.

Article Processing Charges (APCs):

An article processing charge (APC) of 200 USD applies to papers accepted after peer review. This article processing charge is to cover the costs of peer review, copyediting, typesetting, long-term archiving, and journal management. 

The Journal has the provision to provide a waiver of up to 82% of article processing charges for the authors who belong to low income countries, 78% for middle income countries and  50% for high income countries, click here to refer world bank country classifications by income level for FY24.

Great News: 100% waiver when corresponding author has a good publication record with scopus h-index above 7.

To find out more about discounts on APCs, send an email to jaguapublication@gmail.com

 


LATEST ARTICLES

Research Article

Factors affecting Utilization of Electronic Medical Records Systems in Improving Quality of Care for HIV clients -Case study Eastern Uganda

  • By Daniel Opuch, Tumi Humphred Simoben - 02 Feb 2024
  • Computational Methods, Volume : 1, Issue: 1, Pages: 1 - 12
  • https://doi.org/10.58614/cm111
  • Received: November 28, 2023; Accepted: January 10, 2024; Published: February 2, 2024
Abstract:  

Just as the adoption of information technology (IT) to support the delivery of healthcare has now been recognized for many years as an essential tool in improving patient care, the study aimed at investigating the factors affecting the Utilization Read more