Since 2007 Hexalog Journals has narrowed its focus for covering:

* Information and Communication Sciences.
* Social Sciences.
* Business Sciences.

Hexalog Journals also are covering methodologies and results of metric research with emphasis placed on aspects related to strategic research, analysis and development toward innovation.

* Application of metric methodology to the analysis of scientific communication, including the development of new R&D&I indicators.
* Analyses of hypertext linking phenomena, the informetric laws and distributions, and any mathematical model derived.
* Impact of the Internet on scientific co-operation and other aspects related to science organization, information flows and interdisciplinary connections.
* Evaluation of electronic scientific journals and peer-review processes in the World Wide Web.

In particular, Hexalog Journals are open to those contributions with special requirements, where the new graphical items (multimedia and/or dynamic objects) required by scientometric articles to represent the structure of scientific knowledge production are not suitable for printed publication. It might also be useful for relevant appendixes involving large amount of data that could be distributed as files ready for download (xls, rtf, doc, pdf, ps, …).

All papers are provided in both HTML and Adobe Acrobat format (suitable for printing).

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