Page 1: About your Article page where you have to enter some information related to your article and the selected journal
Page 2: This is the result page that gives the result of your article evaluation and if you have selected more than one journal for your article then it also identifies the best journal for your article.
A simple introduction to the Weighted Sum Method and how to apply the technique in real-life decision-making problems. Explained with an example this short video will show the basic procedure to apply the most simple MCDM technique.
You had written a research article now you are trying to find a suitable journal to publish this manuscript. Most of the publishers and also some individual websites have developed a Journal Finder Tool where if you paste your article or abstract of the article then the software will show you the most suitable journals for that article. The problem is it does not say whether your article is suitable for publication in that journal or not. Every journal has its own criteria which look into the articles submitted for possible publication in that journal.
These criteria are not written in the guide to the author but actually, you have to understand them by browsing through the published articles of the Journal which is very time-consuming and boring work to do. Journal Suitability Indicator can help in this aspect.