|EuSpRIG publishing ethics and malpractice statement|
Publish Original Research
When submitting your paper for publication, it should:
Proper Citation PracticesYou can improve research reproducibility with proper citation practices. Always cite your sources. Citation is required in several instances. Follow these guidelines:
Inappropriate use of citationsCiting an irrelevant source for the purpose of artificially inflating citation metrics is considered a breach of ethics. Only cite relevant sources that legitimately contribute to your paper according to the criteria outlined above.
PlagiarismPlagiarism in any form is unacceptable and is considered a serious breach of professional conduct, all submissions are screened for plagiarism.
Data Falsification and Fabrication
It is important to be truthful when communicating research, avoiding fabrication and falsification, when you are writing or revising your paper.
Fabrication: Inventing data or results.
Falsification: Manipulating research materials, equipment, or processes, or changing or omitting data or results
EuSpRIG's ethics requirements are adapted from the IEEE: Ethical Requirements - IEEE Author Center Conferences
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