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Year : 1999  |  Volume : 9  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 1
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Tavri O M, Jankharia B. Editorial. Indian J Radiol Imaging 1999;9:1

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Tavri O M, Jankharia B. Editorial. Indian J Radiol Imaging [serial online] 1999 [cited 2019 Aug 22];9:1. Available from: http://www.ijri.org/text.asp?1999/9/1/1/30667
This is that time of the year when we take stock. We would like to thank our reviewers and members of the editorial board for the effort that they have put in. Our reviewers are our lifeline and make it possible for us to assess the articles sent to us. Our average submission - decision time for articles, is less than 6 mths and our submission - publication time is less than 1 year, excluding letters to the editor.

Last year, we introduced new features in the journal, such as "Images" and "Signs". More emphasis was given to pictorial essays and quizzes, thus enhancing the teaching value of the journal.

The journal now is almost completely computer-centric. Most of the work, except for the actual correction of the manuscript prior to revision, is done using computers and Email.

February 1999 will see the IJRI on the net as a fully online journal. It will be accessible as www.ijri.org. From this issue we are starting a regular feature on the internet and computer applications in radiology. Readers are welcome to send in articles on this subject.

IJRI is now indexed by NIC, India and WHO, UNSEAR.

In 1998, 83 articles were submitted. The statistical break up is as follows [Table - 1]. The status of the articles submitted is as follows [Table - 2]. Most of the articles were from the metros and from the institutions. The major problem was with research articles, most of them falling far short of expectations, especially in statistical analysis, which continues to remain a grey area for most of us.

We would like our readers and especially the teachers in the institutions to increase article submissions to the IJRI. It is our forum, for us to nurture.

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