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Hi to all,
I created this topic because I want to know, if How to do it.
Because OJS is the best Journal Publication from now on and for the future, OJS are simple Publication system, if you want to focus on publication not to customize.
I tell this because Our Publication was Indexed by Google Scholar for the first in our Publication genre because of this OJS system.
Here is my concern, if the OJS system is compatible to Google Scholar, How About the Thomson Reuters?
Can anyone know this?
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