Archiving Policy

Journal of Molecular Docking conducted archive preservation through the Indonesia OneSearch service from the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia and GARUDA (Garba Rujukan Digital) from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia, creating a distributed archiving system between the participating libraries and allowing them to create permanent archives of the journal for preservation and restoration purposes. Archive preservation will be done so that all published documents have alternative access in the future if there is a disturbance on the journal website, resulting in articles being inaccessible. Authors can also save all versions of their work (submitted version, accepted version, and version of record) in their institutional repository or another repository of their choices, such as arXiv, bioRxiv, Figshare, or Zenodo, without any embargo.

The complete, exact digital version of each paper published is kept by the Journal of Molecular Docking in a nearby state-of-the-art facility. Most files are kept in both XML and PDF, the current format standards. Website archiving The electronic information for the Journal of Molecular Docking (including the website and manuscripts) is kept on two separate sources. Readers can access content that is online on one server. One more source retains backup copies of the same content. Any other sources can be brought online in the event of server failure, and the website is expected to be accessible within 24-48 hours.

Journal of Molecular Docking intends to publish its journal for a very long time and anticipates doing so. The journal's articles will be stored online and available to readers for at least another 10 years if we are forced to stop publishing them owing to a rare, catastrophic scenario.