Focus and Scope

Golden Ratio of Data in Summary (GRDIS), welcomes submissions that describe data from all research areas as data. Golden Ratio of Data, in Summary (GRDIS), should be a set of information that is acquired/collected with a scientific method and have value to the research community. Golden Ratio of Data in Summary (GRDIS) welcomes papers dataset that is based in multidiscipline for easier to find. Increase traffic towards associated research articles and literature, leading to more citations.

Golden Ratio of Data in Summary (GRDIS) only publishes data articles that describe research data you've made publicly available either through a repository or directly in your Golden Ratio of Data in Summary (GRDIS) article. These articles ensure that your data, which is often buried in supplementary material, is actively peer-reviewed, curated, formatted, indexed, given a DOI, and publicly available to all upon publication. All Golden Ratio of Data in Summary (GRDIS) submissions must contain data produced and owned by either the author or the author's institution. Golden Ratio of Data in Summary (GRDIS) will not accept any submissions that contain datasets with scant variables or samples. Golden Ratio of Data in Summary (GRDIS) will accept the data only from a quantitative approach with measurement based on statistical analytics and (or) experimental lab with software analysis tools from any field of expertise (exact or social sciences with use quantitative research approach). Golden Ratio of Data in Summary (GRDIS) do not accept the data just from descriptive data without validity or reliability test result (e.g., primary data)