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A simmering question facing the scientist or engineer thinking about publishing a peer-reviewed paper is which journal to submit to. Hopefully, the question (and possibly its answer) is in the mind of the researcher from the beginning. Often it is a last-minute choice after the paper is mostly or completely written. What factors should lead to a decision as to the most appropriate publication venue for your work? Historically, journal selection involved relevance, acceptance rate, circulation,doi:10.1117/1.jmm.14.4.040101 fatcat:bl5jy4c7uzfq5oczyqnohv7oce