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The annual Author Insights Survey run by Nature Publishing Group NPG and our sister company Palgrave Macmillan forms part of a wider research. programme which aims to understand general author attitudes and behaviours around publishing and to track any changes over time The survey. enables us to provide the best service for our authors and keeps us close to the views of our community. The survey is conducted for internal purposes each year to provide longitudinal data and to track changes in attitudes and behaviours. This year s survey included questions on topics as diverse as factors that contribute to a journal s reputation the value of services offered by publishers. and authors ideal audiences for their research, The following data compares responses from authors based at institutions in China to Rest of World ROW authors The final slides show changes from. the China responses of a similar survey that was conducted in 2014. NPG and Palgrave Macmillan are making the survey data publicly available on figshare http figshare com articles Author Insights 2015 survey 1425362. and welcome others to use the data for further analysis and to share their findings in the spirit of an open dialogue on how we might improve. the publishing process Similarly NPG welcomes any suggestions for improvements from the wider community to ensure the survey is a neutral. representation of the author s perspective in future years Some of the data has been redacted to ensure respondent privacy. This report is intended to be a brief guide to some of the issues contained within the data It is important to note that the survey is not designed to be a. comprehensive piece of research into every issue nor to be an academically rigorous study. Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 2. Respondent profile, 21 377 authors, Rest of world excl China China. Scientific 92 8 author 4 5 authors, technical 19 s 1 4. and medical, Humanities, and social 84 96, Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 3. Factors driving journal choice for publication, Authors based at institutions in China appear to prioritise efficiency.
Base China 1 445 ROW 19 928 ROW China, The reputation of the journal. The relevance to my discipline Significant differences. The quality of the peer review The likelihood of acceptance speed and having. a system in place to transfer rejected papers are, The journal s Impact Factor. more important to authors based at institutions, The readership of the journal in China compared to their ROW counterparts. when choosing where to submit their papers, The journal s inclusion in indexing services. Reputation of the publisher, The relevance of journal content and the.
readership of the journal are less important, Time from submission to first decision for authors based at institutions in China. Positive experience with the editor s They were also less concerned about journal. publication fees, Likelihood of acceptance, Time from acceptance to publication. Journal publication fees, Recomendation by colleagues. The option to publish via OA, The journal having a transfer system. Funder influence, Location of the journal publisher Graph showing respondents indicating very important only.
Data labels showing ROW and China difference on five factors. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 with greatest difference, Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 4. Open Access activity, 20 of authors based at institutions in China have published OA only. Within the past 3 years how many peer reviewed articles have you published via each of the. following models 2014 2015 growth, Base China 1 445 ROW 19 928 ROW China. Traditional publication ROW China, Mean no of papers 7 8 6 7. Authors who have published 1, Mean no papers, OA papers paid and unpaid 7 6 6 7.
matching on upper limit set to 88, Median no of papers 4 3. OA with APC ROW China, Authors who have published Mean no of papers 1 5 1 5. papers only via OA, Mean no papers 1 4 1 5, matching on upper limit set to 88. Median no of papers 0 1, Authors who have published at OA with no APC ROW China. least one paper OA paying an APC, Mean no of papers 0 8 0 7.
Mean no papers 0 7 0 7, matching on upper limit set to 88. Median no of papers 0 0, Authors who have published at least. one paper OA without paying an APC Arithmetic mean calculated with upper limit applied to. both sets of data in order to prevent skewing of results. by large outliers, 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80, Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 5. Demographics by publication type, OA only authors tend to be younger and working in the physical sciences. Breakdown of age of respondents based at Breakdown of China respondents discipline by. institutions in China by publication type publication type. 65 or over Physics, 55 64 Other, 80 45 54 80 Medicine.
35 44 Materials Science, 60 25 34 60 Engineering, 18 24 Earth and. Under 18 Environmental Science, Astronomy and, Planetary Science. OA only Traditional Mixture of Base OA only 294 OA only Traditional Mixture of Base OA only 289. only traditional Traditional only 434 only traditional Traditional only 408. and OA Mixture of traditional and OA 717 and OA Mixture of traditional and OA 696. Mean number of papers published Overall mean Under 35s Over 35s. China 3 0 2 1 5 3, by OA only authors by age ROW 3 6 2 3 4 9. Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 6. Reasons authors don t publish OA, Quality concerns are the biggest factor preventing authors publishing OA. Which of the following are reasons why you haven t published any of your articles via an immediate. open access model in the past three years, Base China 434 ROW 8 018 ROW China.
I am concerned about the perceptions of, Significant differences. the quality of open access publications, Fewer authors based at institutions in. I am not willing to pay an China indicated they were unable to. APC to publish an article fund an article processing charge 11. There wasn t an option to publish open access for compared to 17 for ROW In 2014. the journal s I wanted to publish my articles in this was ranked as the third most popular. My preferred journal has a hybrid option but I see no reason to reason for not publishing OA in China but. pay an APC when I can publish in the journal without doing so in 2015 has fallen to sixth place. I was unable to fund an More authors based at institutions in. article processing charge, ROW said they were unwilling to pay an. I don t know APC to publish their article compared. to their China counterparts 29, I believe that self archive after an compared to 22. embargo period is sufficient, More authors based at institutions in.
Other China indicated they were not aware of, open access as a publishing model 13. I was not aware of open, access as a publishing model compared to 5 for ROW. 0 10 20 30 40, Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 7. Available funding for open access APCs, OA APC budget available to more authors based at institutions in China compared to ROW. 18 of ROW respondents indicated they How much funding in USD do you have access to this year to. did not know how much budget they had cover publication costs for payments such as article processing. for publication costs compared to 11 of, respondents based at institutions in China charges open access fees colour or page charges.
Base China 1 421 ROW 19 672, Proportion who have budget to cover. publication costs of those who do know, Excluding respondents who indicated I don t know 19. Base excl don t know China 1 269 ROW 16 194, Proportion of authors reporting more than 10. 1 000 publication budget, There is no budget allocated to publication costs. Less than 500 500 999, 1 000 4 999 5 000 and above.
Reasonable publication costs are permitted, but no amount is specified Base excl don t know China 1 269 ROW 16 194. Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 8. Awareness of funder open access mandates, OA funder mandates more prevalent in China. Proportion who don t know what their funder, What is your understanding of your main funder s requirements. requirements are with respect to open access with respect to open access. Base China 1 445 ROW 19 929, Base excl don t know China 1 274 ROW 15 005. My main funder has made no requirements, I must publish my article open access at the.
point of publication in a peer reviewed journal, with or without an article processing charge. I have a requirement to make the accepted version post. peer review pre copy edit of my paper available online in. a repository a certain period of time after publication. I have a requirement to make the final published, version of my paper available online in a repository. a certain period of time after publication, I have a requirement to make a pre peer. reviewed version pre print or working paper, of my paper available online in a repository. Other please specify, 0 10 20 30 40 50, Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 9.
Measures of journal reputation, Authors based at institutions in China lean towards metrics over journal community as measures of reputation. We d now like you to think about a journal in your field which you consider to have a good. reputation What is it about this journal that gives it a high reputation. Base China 1 393 ROW 19 255 ROW China, The journal s Impact Factor. Significant differences, Widely seen as the place to publish the best research by my community. Where the journal is indexed is more, The consistency of quality of the journal s output. Quality of peer review important to authors based at institutions in. The size of readership within my discipline China compared to their ROW counterparts. The authors who tend to publish in the journal with 21 selecting it in their top three factors. The opinions of those I work with my supervisor and my fellow researchers compared to 12 in ROW. That the journal has a readership that crosses disciplines. Where the journal is indexed e g ISI Web of Science Medline Being seen as the best place to publish. My previous experience of publishing with the journal by the community is less important to. The speed of publication, authors based at institutions in China.
The Editor in Chief board of editors, The journal publisher. with 45 ROW respondents selecting, The profile of the journal in the media it in their top three reasons compared to. The journal s open access status 30 for China, The journal s policies and practices with regards to reproducibility. The geographic spread of readership, Readership of a journal by industry or governmental decision makers. Ownership by a particular society Select the 8 most significant factors from the list. below in terms of how you judge the reputation of this. Other journal metrics, journal Rank of 1 Most significant factor in judging.
The opinion of my institutional library, the reputation of the journal. Graph shows proportion of respondents indicating, 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 factor in top three of the eight factors selected. Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 10. Publisher services, Authors based at institutions in China find all publisher services more valuable compared to ROW counterparts. How valuable are each of these services to you as an author. Base size China 1 445 ROW 19 928 ROW China, Improving the quality of your paper through. Least valuable services, a constructive peer review process.
Proportion of respondents, Ensuring that your paper can be easily discovered e g by adding ROW China. scoring 1 and 2, metadata or indexing it in databases such as Web of Science. Providing paid pre, Providing a rapid decision, submissionservices such as 43 20. on acceptance, language editing translation, Improving the potential for your research paper Offering the option to rapidly. to be reproduced i e transparency of method transfer your paper to an 16 9. Producing and communicating usage statistics alternative journal if it is rejected. for your paper citations downloads etc Promoting your paper using. Promoting your paper to marketing and social media 15 6. the international media eg Twitter, Improving the readability and look.
and feel of your paper online, Promoting your paper using marketing. and social media e g Twitter, Offering the option to rapidly transfer your paper. to an alternative journal if it is rejected, Providing support for interactive. or rich media figures, Providing paid pre submission services. such as language editing and translation, Proportion of respondents assigning a 9 or 10 to.
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 the indicated service, Author Insights 2015 China September 2015 Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 11. Authors ideal audience, Author s own institution more important for authors based at institutions in China. Thinking about your most recent paper who would you most want to be made aware of your. The annual Author Insights Survey run by Nature Publishing Group NPG and our sister company Palgrave Macmillan forms part of a wider research programme which aims to understand general author attitudes and behaviours around publishing and to track any changes over time

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