TXT is an independent open-access medical and scientific publisher showcases innovative research and ideas aimed at improving health by linking research and practice to the benefit of society. It is committed to providing a 'peer reviewed' platform to outstanding researchers and scientists to exhibit their findings. It publishes but not limited to original research, analyses and reviews, news, practice updates and thought-provoking editorials.
TXT has grown from a small group of like-minded individuals into an open movement with clear Mission and Vision to publish high quality research content and uphold the publication ethics to advance the intellectual agenda of science. We see TXT as a starting point for a community that we hope will grow and be augmented by individual and collective efforts by the participants and others. TXT will be publishing the original research reporting on new knowledge on science. TXT reports on fundamental advancements in research organized initially into 5 journal domains, embracing the concept that basic knowledge can foster sustainable solutions for society
Yes. TXTpublishes articles that are technically sound, that are worthy of inclusion in the scholarly record, and that further research and discourse in the relevant field of study. Our Editors have adopted an inclusive posture within their respective disciplines, with the goal to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and exchange. We do not attempt to predict a submission’s value to the field over time, as that is best left to the community of researchers and readers.
We ask our Associate Editors and reviewers to consider the following questions when making their publication recommendations:
TXT publishes following types of articles:
For more information, see our Article Types & Format informational page
TXT welcomes proposals for Special Issue, a set of solicited and refereed collection of Articles and Research Notes on a predetermined theme or collection of papers on a specific topic from conference proceedings or projects of broad interest, typically 6-10 articles in each group. TXT Special Issues are designed to draw attention to under-researched or controversial topics or to new emerging themes in international research.For more information, see our Special Issues informational page.
Articles published in TXT will be available in machine- as well as human-intelligible formats: HTML, PDF, and XML. In addition, we have implemented Responsive Web Design, a design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).
Currently, TXT journals are published as an online journal. You can use the link HTML and PDF versions of all the articles to download the articles and read it offline.
After reviewing our Guidelines for Authors, you can submit your manuscript and other files as email attachments to our Editorial Office. You will receive the confirmation that we have received your files.
We are committed to providing authors with a rapid, fair, and constructive review process, with a goal of giving the majority of first decisions within four weeks.
Data are important products of the scientific enterprise and should be available for others to test and build upon published claims. By submitting to TXT, authors agree to make any data described in their article freely available for the purpose of non-commercial research. Supplementary material providing additional information that enhances the main text and is directly referenced within the text should be submitted for publication with the article. Major datasets generated in the course of the work should be deposited externally in an appropriate public archive (see our supplemental Material and Data informational page). Authors will be requested to provide a Data Accessibility Statement with their submissions, listing where each dataset is or will be archived and including accession numbers or DOIs.
The authors retain the copyright of all their work published in TXT Journals. All articles published in TXT Journals are open access and are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which means the articles are universally and freely available online for anyone to download and adapt their work, provided proper attribution is given.
All articles published in TXT Journals are available free of charge. The articles can be accessed online immediately on their publication.
The costs of producing and maintaining TXT are recovered by charging a publication fee to authors or research sponsors for each article that they publish. For our inaugural year (2014-2015), the publication fee is 590£ (GBP) / 890$ (USD) for all article types except Commentary and Comment and Reply, which are both 400£ (GBP) / 610$ (USD). Special Issue submissions consisting of 6 or more papers will automatically receive a 15% discount.
Authors who lack the funds to cover publication fees may request a waiver. In order to keep publication charges as low as possible, fee waivers are not automatically given but must be approved on a case-by-case basis, and authors from developing and transitional countries are given priority.
Note:Fractal Geometry and Nonlinear Analysis in Medicine and Biology (FGNAMB) Journal doesn’t have any publication charges.
All articles published in TXT are open access. Open Access publishing implies that all readers, anywhere in the world, are allowed unrestricted to full text of articles, immediately on publication in TXT Journals. The Article Publication Charges pay for the editorial and production costs of the journal, for hosting the website, publishing articles online, preparing HTML , PDF and XML versions of the articles and submitting the articles in electronic citation database like CrossRef.
Our financial goals are to:
Article Publication Charges will have to be paid after the manuscript has been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. The corresponding author will be responsible for arranging the payments.