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Author Guidelines

1. Create your ORCID ID at, download the ORCID tutorial here (ORCID Tutorial in Indonesia), (ORCID Tutorial in English)
2. Enter your ORCID ID into the registration form.
3. The authors shall submit only documents that have been thoroughly corrected and polished in Languange English
4. This work may not be used for publication, or a version of a paper previously published at the conference and / or journal.
5. All manuscripts must be submitted to the Agribest Journal Editing Office by Online Portal Portal Shipping at url: , online Publications, where the author enrolls as an Author and / or available as Reviewer by online. If you have problems with online submission, please contact the Editorial Office at the following email:
6. The manuscript should be in accordance with the guidelines in the MS Word article template: (download)
7. Publicly quote where your work is based.
8. Quote only the items you have read and footnotes.
9. Avoid excessive self-citations.
10. Send publication publications that consume from the same area.
11. Check each reference against original source (author name, volume, issue, year, DOI Number).
12. Please use Application Reference Manager like EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, etc. (We are exactly Mendeley).
13. The following documents should be accompanied by manuscripts sent online via online submission (as a complementary file and a letter to the editor):
Letter of introduction, outlining the basic meaning of this paper and its meaning (author of the research roadmap, curriculum vitae, and competing interests) - (You can find in Steps One and Four of the Five Step Writers Process Delivery)
Three types of manuscripts accepted for publication: Original Research Articles, Review Articles, and Book Review.

Sharing Data

To share research data, this journal uses Harvard data to maintain research data, if you are considering preserving and sharing your data to find out what is greater in global knowledge, please be this:

A. A. Definition of data to share:

The "minimum dataset" can be defined from the data set used to combine with metadata and related methods, and the data needed to replicate the overall resulting findings. Include enough information for a researcher to understand the data, and any citations to the data from which the replication set is derived. The core descriptive data, methods, and study results should be incorporated into the main paper, regardless of the deposition data. Authors who have too large data sets to share via repositories or uploaded files must use Agribest Journal Suggestions. (Adapted from PLOS Data Policy)

b. Guidelines for sharing data derived from work involving human participants

The Agribest Journal recognizes that there are cases where privacy, national data privacy, and complete data confidentiality can not be used openly. In such cases, the researcher must complete data analysis under the most unlimited provisions with legal and research requirements. This should include data, data, metadata and code that are not sensitive; and withdraw access if the original data owner gives permission to use other data. (Adapted from OKF's Open Economics Principles)

c. Guide on Data Citation

If your research data is used at the same time as your script using the OJS article submission form, then Data Citation will be generated directly by Harvard Dataverse. However, if your research data already exists in the repository then here is the Data Citation format sent to you when you have your script:

Author (s), Year, Dataset Title, Global Persistent Identifier, Data Storage or Archive, version and subset.


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