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Publication types

Publications can be roughly classified into six groups based on their intended use:

  1. publications intended to advance science and to generate new information (publication types A-C),
  2. publications intended to disseminate research-based information for the use of a professional community (publication type D),
  3. performances or similar public results (events) that are an outcome of artistic activity (publication type F),
  4. publications that disseminate scientific and professional information in society at large (publication type E),
  5. other publications pertaining to research conducted in higher education institutions that differ in their format from the groups listed above (publication types H-I),
  6. Theses (publication type G).

Publications should be classified into these groups based on their publication channels and publication channel target audiences. In case of scientific and professional publications in particular, the target audiences may be the same, and individual articles published in both groups may be very similar. For clarity, a few examples of publications targeting a professional community are listed in connection with the definition for a professional publication. Professional journals that publish peer reviewed scientific articles are an exception to this rule. If such journals are classified at levels 1-3 in the publication forum, peer-reviewed scientific articles published in them should be entered as publication types A1 or A2, regardless of the fact that these journals primarily target a professional community (e.g. Duodecim, Suomen lääkärilehti). In other cases, articles in these journals will be entered under publication type D1 (article in a trade journal).

If a publication that would otherwise (based on content and review process) be included in classes A-C lacks the ISBN/ISSN numbers required by the publication type, it will be recorded under D/E classes. Each publication is entered only once even if it appears in several formats (e.g. electronic and printed).

Electronic publications

The publication type classification does not separate electronic publications from other publication formats. Documents distributed only in electronic formats (e.g. web-based journals, web platforms) must fulfil the general criteria to be included as reportable publications.

A Peer-reviewed scientific articles

A1 Journal article (refereed), original research

The category includes:

Example I
"A cell spot microarray method for production of high density siRNA transfection microarrays".
http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2164-12-162

Example II
"Terveysliikunnan lukutaidon yhteys vapaa-ajan liikunta-aktiivisuuteen ja fyysiseen kuntoon työikäisillä miehillä"
http://lts.fi/julkaisut/liikunta-ja-tiede/liikunta-ja-tiedelehti-12011/terveysliikunnan-lukutaidon-yhteys-vapaa

The category does not principally include:

For example: "Käsite "monityydyttymättömät rasvahapot" on johtanut harhaan", http://kehittyvaelintarvike.fi/teemajutut/kasite-monityydyttymattomat-rasvahapot-on-johtanut-harhaan
-> An article in a trade journal (D1)

NB!
Articles that meet the aforementioned criteria published in special issues of journals should be entered in either Category A1 or A3. Conference proceedings published in a special issue of a journal are entered in either Category A1 or A4.

A2 Review article, Literature review, Systematic review

The category includes:

For example: Metabolism of Ophthalmic Timolol: New Aspects of an Old Drug
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1742-7843.2011.00694.x/abstract;jsessionid=CCE0E5284476BBA62BBE8CAA368E114A.d04t03

The category does not generally include:

A3 Book section, Chapters in research books

The category includes:

The category does not generally include:

A4 Article in conference proceedings

The category includes:

For example: Nuclear PDFs at NLO - status report and review of the EPS09 results
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0375947411001199

The category does not include:

For example: Li TW, Jones PA. Methylation changes in early embryonic genes in cancer [abstract].
http://www.aacrmeetingabstracts.org/cgi/content/abstract/2006/1/7-c
-> Abstract, not a full paper

B Non-refereed scientific articles

B1 Non-refereed journal articles

The category includes:

The category does not generally include:

B2 Book section

The category includes:

The category does not generally include:

B3 Non-refereed article in conference proceedings

The category includes:

The category does not generally include:

C Scientific books (monograph)

C1 Book

The category includes:

The category does not include:

C2 Edited book, conference proceedings or special issue of a journal

The category includes:

For example: "New Alliances for Tourism, Conservation and Development in Eastern and Southern Africa".
http://www.acp-edulink.eu/sites/all/files/documents/docs/Book%20New%20Alliances%20for%20Tourism.pdf
-> Introduction: The chapter on New Alliances is not recorded as an article, but the entire book will be entered as an edited book (Category C2).

The category does not generally include:

For example: "Kohti sosiaalisesti kestävää hyvinvointia. Näkökulmia Pohjanmaalta". http://www.uwasa.fi/materiaali/pdf/isbn_978-952-476-357-8.pdf
-> A brief foreword only without an individual scientific input. Articles in the book belong to Category A3 (book section). The book should not be entered as an edited book.

D Publications intended for professional communities

D1 Article in a trade journal

The category includes:

Example I
"Perimä, käsittely ja pH-arvo vaikuttavat sianlihan laatuun"
http://kehittyvaelintarvike.fi/teemajutut/perima-kasittely-ja-ph-arvo-vaikuttavat-sianlihan-laatuun
-> Article in a trade journal

Example II
"Onko probiooteista apua laihdutuksessa? : Suolistomikrobiston muokkaaminen kiehtoo lihavuustutkijoita"
https://tuhat.halvi.helsinki.fi/portal/fi/publications/onko-probiooteista-(e0be5026-9625-4699-bfa5-1f306e7a135d).html
-> Appeared in Duodecim journal classified at level 1 in the publication forum classification, but the article is an editorial, not a refereed article.

The category does not generally include:

Example I
"Kuljettajan sairaus kuolonkolarien aiheuttajana"
https://tuhat.halvi.helsinki.fi/portal/fi/publications/kuljettajan-sairaus(bb2a2003-3f33-4de5-9b01-93739469b0fb).html
-> A peer-reviewed scientific article classified at level 1 in the publication forum classification published in a trade journal. Should be entered in Category A1.

D2 Article in a professional book (incl. an introduction by the editor)

The category includes:

The category does not generally include:

D3 Article in professional conference proceedings

The category includes:

The category does not include:

Example
"A Place for Space – Pedagogy as a Bridge between Declarations and Realization"
http://www.eera-ecer.de/ecer-programmes/conference/6/contribution/16764/
-> Extended abstract, not a full paper.

D4 Published development or research report or study

A report should always be treated as a monograph (authors of the sections collectively took part in writing the entire report). If the report is actually an edited, collective work, the authors from respective chapters should be combined to a single list in record representing the whole report. Report chapters are not marked as reportable publications.

The category includes:

Example I "Linking an EU emission reduction target beyond 20 % to energy security in Central and Eastern Europe" http://www.fiia.fi/en/publication/172/
-> The publication (=monograph) should be entered as a single report.

Example II
"Yliopistojen rakenteellinen kehittäminen, akateemiset yhteisöt ja muutos RAKE-yhteishankkeen (2008–2009) loppuraportti"
http://www.minedu.fi/export/sites/default/OPM/Julkaisut/2010/liitteet/opm05.pdf?lang=fi
-> The publication (=collective work with authors from different organizations) should be entered as a single report with authors from articles combined.

Example III
"Towards Innovation Pedagogy – A new approach to teaching and learning for universities of applied sciences"
http://julkaisut.turkuamk.fi/isbn9789522161697.pdf
-> The publication (=collective work with authors from same organization) should be entered as a single report with authors from articles combined.

The category does not include:

Applies only to publications of 2012-2013: if a category D4 report published as a book has authors affiliated with several organisations, its data should be given as in case of a book, in other words individual articles (including forewords and introductions) should be entered separately under category D4.

D5 Textbook, professional manual or guide, dictionary

The category includes:

The category does not include:

D6 Edited professional book

E Publications intended for the general public

E1 Popularised article, newspaper article

The category includes:

The category does not include:

E2 Popularised monograph

The category includes:

The category does not include:

E3 Edited popular book

F Public artistic and design activities

F1 Published independent work of art

The category includes:

F2 Public partial realisation of a work of art

The category includes:

F3 Artistic part of a non-artistic publication

G Theses

G3a Licentiate thesis at the JyU

G3b Licentiate thesis elsewhere

G4a Doctoral dissertation at the JyU (monograph)

G4b Doctoral dissertation elsewhere (monograph)

G5a Doctoral dissertation at the JyU (article)

G5b Doctoral dissertation elsewhere (article)

H Patents and invention disclosures

H1 Granted patent

A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted by the state to an inventor for the professional utilisation of an invention, in return for which the inventor must allow public disclosure of the invention. A patent can be granted for an industrially applicable invention, which is new and differs significantly from previous ones.

Only a single international patent that has been granted is entered per invention. In other words, patents granted for different areas/countries are not entered separately.

H2 Invention announcement

An invention announcement refers to a written notification (invention announcement or invention disclosure) submitted to a higher education institution, which the inventor must complete without delay subsequent to making an invention under the scope of the Act on the Right in Inventions made at Higher Education Institutions (369/2006).

I Audiovisual material, ICT software

I1 Audiovisual material

The category includes:

The category does not generally include:

I2 ICT software

The category includes:

For example:
"TeamUP"
https://reseda.taik.fi/Taik/jsp/taik/Publication_Types.jsp?id=17111033

The category does not include:

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Päivitetty 19.04.2016