The Importance of Chart Parameter Lists
Why should you show the parameters on your charts? Because it is a way to document how the chart was created so that it can be correctly interpreted and reproduced. Including the parameters directly on your chart is the best way to ensure that your chart will be clearly understood, now and in the future!
Reviewer Conversion Rate Charts
The conversion rate charts are used to quantify how individuals invited to peer review respond. There are different conversion rates that can be evaluated, among these are the invited-to-agreed, invited-to-completed, and the agreed-to-completed conversion rates. Read today’s post to learn more about these conversion rates and ways that your journal might improve responses to their reviewer invitations.
Why You Shouldn’t Recycle Historical Summary Data in Your Charts
When creating a new chart, it is tempting to 'harvest' data from previous charts. This can lead to inconsistent reporting and possible false trends. Read today’s post to learn more about the pitfalls in using historic summary data.