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Article usage metrics
Article metrics are available for all articles within approximately 72 hours following publication. Article metrics are based on data collected on the journal's website and where applicable also from Pubmed Central. Metrics include HTML and PDF views, views per month, and views per geographical region. To view this data go to the article's abstract and select the Article Metrics tab.
My experience working with the staff and publishing in Cancer Informatics has been fantastic. As a new contributor to the journal, I thought the production coordinators and editors were extremely helpful in guiding me through the publication process in a smooth and efficient manner. Furthermore, I enjoyed how easy it was to track our manuscript throughout the process. The review process was prompt, yet thorough, and provided us with excellent feedback to improve the clarity ...