Citing or linking with a DOI link
A digital object identifier (DOI) cites and links to an electronic document. Using a DOI guarantees an unchanged permanent link to an article, so you can use DOI to connect to the electronic records permanently. All articles published in Briefland Journals have their own DOI from Crossref.org.
To find a document with a DOI:
- Copy the DOI of the paper.
- In your browser, open the following DOI site: http://dx.doi.org
- Enter the DOI in the provided text box and click the Go button.
Example: The correct format for citing or creating a link to a document in our company is as follows: 10.5812/hepatmon.92244