: Assigning DOI numbers to each of our articles published since 2003

We are now complying with CrossRef regulations and will add a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) number to each of our articles published since 2003. What is a DOI? Similar to a bar code for a physical object, a DOI is a unique alphanumeric string assigned to a digital object, such as an electronic journal, article, report, or thesis. Each DOI is unique and serves as a stable, persistent link to the full-text of an electronic item on the Internet. Unlike a URL, a DOI doesn't change over time; even if the item moves to a new location, the DOI stays the same.

After joining CrossRef, we have given a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for journal as prefix: 10.14704.

All published items in NeuroQuantology, including those in back articles (2003-2013) assigned a DOI number.

Our journal unique prefix: 10.14704 and then we use partly unique suffix for all articles like this:
sample DOI number

Each DOI number will appear beside the article on the main page and new published PDF full-text. One of the CrossRef specifications was to have a "landing page" for each article. On this landing abstract page, the reader will have access to the PDF, the abstract, HOW TO CITE THE ARTICLE (in the right side bar), and the reference list.

Another major advantage of adding DOI numbers is that we will be able to add in the near future the "CITED BY" button, which will surely provide crucial information to each author.

We have so far added DOI numbers to the NeuroQuantology, and other publications will follow shortly.

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