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.
Submissions Map: Show Your Submissions Data in a More Interesting Way
Origin Reports has a better way to report your submissions by country. Check out the Chart of the Month to learn more about our Submission by Country Map.
Is it Possible to Love MyReports Even More?
MyReports is a feature that allows you to save your chart parameters in a Custom Report, which can be updated as needed by simply uploading your most recent data set. We have now launched version 2 of MyReports, which includes many improved features to give you more control over how you present your data. MyCharts and MyReports are now more closely linked to make it clearer which charts are included in your custom reports and how the charts and reports are linked.
Simplified Journal Reporting: You Don’t Have to Figure It All Out Again
There are times in our professional lives when we find a tool that is amazing, but the tool requires some time to learn how to use it. Luckily, this isn’t something that you will need to worry about with Origin Reports.
Understanding Bubble Charts
Bubble charts are a great way to show multiple aspects of your data in a visually interesting way. Once your audience becomes accustomed to bubble charts, they will quickly take in the various aspects of the chart to gain a deep understanding of the data.