Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
- Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
- The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
GUIDELINES FOR WRITERS
Jurnal Jamu Indonesia publishes manuscripts in Indonesian and English in all fields related to herbal medicine. Manuscripts can be in the form of recent research reports, explanations of new research methods, or new understanding of existing results. Recent theoretical contributions can also be equated with research papers. The interpretation of the above policies is the authority of the editor who will decide whether a submitted manuscript meets the criteria or not. Submission of a manuscript to the Indonesian Jamu Journal implies that the manuscript is not being published nor is it under consideration for publication anywhere. Indonesian Jamu Journal is published three times a year.
Editor and Review Process
The editor has responsibility for all editorial decisions. The names of the editors are listed in each issue, while the list of reviewers is published in the last issue of each volume. Manuscripts received by the editor will be sent to reviewers who have competence in their fields. Authors can submit reviewers' names for their manuscripts and submit them online when submitting their articles. Jurnal Jamu Indonesia will accept it as a suggestion, but it is not obligatory to follow the suggestion.
The reviewer is an advisor to the editor. The results of the review are used as a consideration for editorial decisions to accept or reject a manuscript. If a manuscript is rejected, the editor will send this decision to the author along with the opinion of the reviewers. When the manuscript is returned to the author for revision (for accepted manuscripts), the author must return it together with a statement from the reviewer and a letter indicating that revisions have been made. Revised manuscripts must be returned within 30 days at the latest. Delay will cause the manuscript to be considered as a new submission and may undergo a new review process.
Publication on the Internet
Accepted manuscripts will be published on the internet as soon as the Journal is ready to be published. Access can be made at the URL: http://jamu.journal.ipb.ac.id
Submission of Manuscripts
By following these general rules it is hoped that a short time between acceptance and publication of the manuscript can be achieved. Sent no later than three months before publication addressed to: Dr. Mohamad Rafi, M.Si, online at http://jamu.journal.ipb.ac.id
Manuscripts that can be submitted are research papers, research communications, and feedback. All submitted manuscripts will go through a review process prior to publication.
Complete manuscript which is a general form of publication whose contents can be accounted for.
In the form of a short text, a maximum of 3 pages containing important findings that can interest those involved in the field of herbal medicine.
Unsolicited feedback may be considered for publication after previously submitting a summary or outline.
The manuscript is typed on the MS Word software in Times New Roman font size 12 pt with double spacing and is given a line number function, A4 paper size, one column, and pages must be numbered. For Indonesian language papers, include the title in English after the title in Indonesian. The title should be precise, catchy but informative enough, and no abbreviations. Manuscripts are named after the authors and their respective affiliated institutions indicate ownership of the manuscript and put an * mark for the correspondence author. The title must be no more than 20 words and no abbreviations. Abstract of the paper is made in English and Indonesian, no more than 250 words. Keywords contain important words in the paper that can be used for index reference. Keywords are placed after the abstract with a total of between 3-5 words. The main body of the manuscript is divided into (a) Introduction; (b) Research methods, including materials and methods; (c) Results and Discussion; (d) Conclusion; (e) Acknowledgments; (f) Bibliography. Tables and figures are placed after the bibliography.
Referring to the literature on cited writing in the following way:
If single author: Heryanto (2016) or (Heryanto 2016).
If two authors: Heryanto and Rafi (2016) or (Heryanto and Rafi 2016).
If more than two authors: Heryanto et al. (2016) or (Heryanto et al. 2016).
If several references are in one sentence (Heryanto et al. 2016; Rafi et al. 2016)
Writing special tools, materials, and software follows the following procedure:
Equipment: instrument name and type (Manufacturer, City, Country of Manufacture, City, Country of fig), for example: 1700 PC UV-Vis spectrophotometer (Shimadzu, Kyoto, Japan)
Ingredients: name of ingredient and purity if available (Manufacturer, City, Country), example: quercetin 99% (Sigma-Aldrich, St Louis, USA)
Software: software name with version (Maker, City, Country)
example: The Unscrambler version X 10.2 (Camo, Oslo, Norway).
Detailed description of the script section:
This section is presented briefly, explaining the background and reasons why the research (study) was carried out. This section could be a review or study of the literature. The Introduction clearly states the current scientific status (state of the art). The number of references and the number of paragraphs (3-4 paragraphs) is limited. A statement of research objectives that is explicitly written in the last paragraph along with a brief description of the approach to solving the problem. Statements of research benefits are not recommended to be written in the Introduction, if the research findings are in fact useful, write this in the conclusion.
The section explaining the stages of the research and the following rules should be explained, even if there is a complicated set of experiments, it is also allowed to explain each rule before the presentation of the results. The method must be described in sufficient detail to allow the experiment or data acquisition to be repeated by others. Routine methods need to be briefly described with additional complete references. Equipment manufacturers, sources of chemicals, and drugs must be known. Calculations and statistical methods used are also included here.
What became the focus of the reviewer (reviewer) when examining the method section was the accuracy and legitimacy of the materials, tools, procedures, data collection and data analysis. If the method refers to a standard procedure, write down the default. What is meant by standard procedures are: standard procedures generally issued by the government (for example: SNI from the Indonesian government, JIS from the Japanese government,) or institutions (eg: ASTM, AOAC), or procedures that have been published. Do not refer to practical procedures.
Results and Discussion:
The presentation of the results is not merely a repetition of data that appears through illustrations (tables and pictures). The results section should be clear and follow a logical sequence. If the text describes a complex series of experiments, it is permissible to explain the rules or stages of the experiment before presenting the results. Do not discuss results or draw conclusions in this section. Often illustrations require editing as well, for example reducing or enlarging the size. In general, illustrations are not allowed to be inserted in the text. For this reason, each illustration needs to be numbered sequentially and stated in the text so that the editor does not place it in the text incorrectly.
What is criticized in the discussion is the author's ability to interpret the data collected and synthesize it to arrive at meaningful conclusions on the progress of science and technology. The discussion is not just narrating the results, the relationship that exists between the facts during the observation must be shown; don't be impressed. The author's ingenuity is shown through logical argumentation to interpret and give implications, use quality references in this case. Limitations of the findings if any should be pointed out honestly. The implications of the research results need to be stated, don't overdo it and speculate. All information is packed in good paragraphs. Never refer to references at the beginning of a paragraph. State your thoughts at the beginning of the paragraph and support it with some relevant literature. Close the paragraph with a general statement such as a small conclusion.
In conclusion, give the impression that your research is really useful for readers to read or cite.
Give briefly and only convey to appropriate parties, such as funders (sponsors), material donors, research facilities and sources of assistance with materials that cannot be obtained commercially. If you receive a research grant from a sponsor, write down the contract number as well.
Libraries are written using a name system and arranged alphabetically. Great care is required with respect to placing punctuation marks, arranging the sequence of elements of the identity of the reference source, and abbreviating the name of the journal publication or the name of the publisher. For uniformity, some examples of rules are given:
Journal (Author's name. Year of publication. Journal title. Scientific periodical name. Volume(issue number): pages.). Example of writing:
Purwadaria T, Gunawan L, Gunawan AW. 2010. The production of nata colored by Monascus purpureus J1 pigments as functional food. Indonesian Microbiology. 4(1):6-10.
Authors are more than 10 people. Example of writing:
Widjaja S, Winoto I, Sturgis J, Maroef CN, Listiyaningsing E, Tan R, Pamungkas J, Iskandriati D, Blair PJ, Sayuthi D et al. 2010. Macaca nemestrina and dengue virus infectivity: a potential model for evaluating dengue vaccine candidates. Indonesian Microbiology. 4(2):49-54.
The author is an organization. Example of writing:
[SSCCCP] Scandinavian Society for Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Physiology, Committeeon Enzymes. 1976. Recommended method for the determination of γ-glutamyltransferase in blood. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation. 36(2):119-125.
Book (Author's name. Year of publication. Book title. City of publication (Country Code): publisher.). Example of writing:
Adamson, AW. 1982. Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. 4th ed. Toronto (CA): John Wiley & Sons.
Proceedings (almost the same as a book but generally edited by one or several editors). Example of writing:
Raffiudin, R, Nandika D, Amir M, Sugiri N. 1991. Population of flagellates in the gut of the termite Coptotermes curvignatus Holmgren by feeding three types of wood, p. 482-487. In Biology Supporting National Resilience through Improving Food Quality, Health, and the Environment. VolumeII. Proceedings of the Scientific Seminar and National Congress of Biology X. 24-26 September 1991. Bogor: Indonesian Biology Association and PAU Life Sciences IPB.
Thesis/Thesis/Dissertation (Author's name. Year of publication. Title [Type of publication]. Place of institution (Country Code): Name of the institution where the scientific work is available. Example of writing:
Novriyandi. 1999. Isolation and Elucidation of Structures of Flavonoid Derivative Compounds from Applied Bark (Artocarpus anisophyllus Miq.) [thesis]. Bogor (ID): Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University.
Bibliography (Name of author, collector. Year of publication. Title [bibliography]. Place of publication (Country Code): Name of publisher. Example of writing:
Cabirac D, Warmbordt R, collectors. 1993. Biotechnology and Bioethis [bibliography]. Beltsville (US): National Agricultural Library. 97 AGRICOLA database reference Jan 1985-Dec 1992.
Patent (Name of inventor of patent, word “inventor”; institution holding patent. Date of publication of patent (year month date). Title of patent. Name of country that granted patent [space] Country code [space] patent number). Example of writing:
Wijaya CH, Halimah, Kindly, Taqi F, inventor: Bogor Agricultural University. 2002 Nov 13. Composition of cajuput candies for throat lozenges. Indonesian Patent ID 0020829.
Use 2 spaces for tables on separate sheets and number sequentially according to the quote number. Give each table a short and clear title, and place an explanation of the table in the footnotes. Explain any use of abbreviations also in footnotes and identification and explain all statistical measurements (standard deviation and error) and analysis (ANOVA, etc.). The table consists of 5 main parts, namely table number and title, stump head (leftmost column, stub), column head, information field, and table footnotes. There are only 3 important dividing lines, the direction is horizontal, and the remaining auxiliary lines must be made as needed. Vertical guide lines can be removed by carefully arranging columns and spacing between columns.
Image quality depends on the available images. Images in graphic form are printed with a high quality printer or drawn on tracing paper with Chinese ink. Color images can be printed in color in the journal but authors will be charged extra. It's best not to include a color photo if it's going to be printed in black and white.
Authors whose manuscripts are accepted can order one journal and two freelance articles after publication. Additional freelance journals and articles can be ordered for a special fee.
Jurnal Jamu Indonesia has not yet implemented a loading fee including manuscripts to be published.
If an error is found in a published manuscript, the author should send the correction to the editor for publication as an error.
Authors retain copyright and grant the journal the right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgment of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.
Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgment of its initial publication in this journal.
Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work (See The Effect of Open Access).