Guide For Authors
We would like to inform that JTFAT improves the paper performance by providing new published format version starting from Volume 4 Issue 1 April 2019. For submission, the authors are required to use the available template in ojs with the following guidelines.
- Authors should submit only papers that have been carefully proofread and polished in English Languange
- The work should not have been published or submitted for publication elsewhere, or extended version of previously published papers in conferences and/or journals.
- All manuscripts must be submitted to JTFAT Editorial Office by Online Submission at publisher portal url: https://bit.ly/submitjournalumsida, choose JTFAT, and the administrator will be process the manuscripts and created user and password for authors. If authors have any problems on the online submission, please contact Editorial Office at the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org cc email@example.com.
- Manuscript should be prepared according to the following article template: (download).
- Cite the main scientific publications on which your work is based.
- Cite only items that you have read and on running notes.
- Do not inflate the manuscript with too many references. Avoid excessive self‐citations.
- Avoid excessive citations of publications from the same region.
- Check each reference against the original source (authors name, volume, issue, year, DOI Number).
- Please use Reference Manager Applications like EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, etc. (we suggest Mendeley).
- The following documents should accompany the manuscripts submitted by online through online submission interface (as supplementary files and letter to editor):
- A cover letter, outlines the basic findings of the paper and their significance (an author roadmap research, curriculum vitae, and competing interest) (as letter to editor and supplementary files) – (you can found on Step One and Four of Five Step Author Submission Process)
- Three types of manuscripts are acceptable for publication: Original Research Articles (6000-7000 words), Review Articles, and Brief Reports (3000-4000 words).
For sharing research data, this journal using Harvard dataverse to preserve research data, if you intend to preserve and sharing your research data for greater impact on global knowledge please pay attention on this instruction:
- Definition of data that must be shared :
A "minimal dataset" can be defined to consist of the dataset used to reach the conclusions drawn in the manuscript with related metadata and methods, and any additional data required to replicate the reported study findings in their entirety. Include sufficient information for a researcher to understand data, and any citations to data from which the replication set is derived. Core descriptive data, methods, and study results should be included within the main paper, regardless of data deposition. Authors who have datasets too large for sharing via repositories or uploaded files should contact Rechtsidee for advice. (Adapted from PLOS' Data Policy)
- Guidance on sharing datasets that derive from work involving human participants
Rechtsidee recognizes that there are cases where for reasons of privacy, national security and commercial confidentiality the full data cannot be made openly available. In such cases researchers should share their data analysis under the least restrictive terms consistent with legal requirements, and abiding by the research ethics and guidelines of their community. This should include opening up non-sensitive data, summary data, metadata and code; and facilitating access if the owner of the original data grants other researchers permission to use the data. (Adapted from OKF's Open Economics Principles)
- Guidance on Data Citation
If your research data is deposited at the same time as your manuscript using OJS' article submission form then a Data Citation will automatically be generated by the Harvard Dataverse. However, if your research data is already in a repository then here is the suggested Data Citation format to include when you submit your manuscript:
Author(s), Year, Dataset Title, Global Persistent Identifier, Data Repository or Archive, version and subset.
For more information on Data Citation best practices please review Force11's Data Citation Principles.
Manuscript document submitted to this journal (in one MS Word) should be arranged as follow:
Abstract. in English. The abstract should be clear, concise, and descriptive. This abstract should provide a brief introduction to the problem, objective of paper, followed by a statement regarding the methodology and a brief summary of results. Abstracts are written in 10 pt Arial and preferably not more than 250 words. 1space.
Abstrak. Abstrak ditulis dalam Bahasa Indonesia. Abstrak harus jelas, singkat, dan deskriptif. Abstrak ini harus memberikan pengenalan singkat tentang masalah, tujuan makalah, diikuti dengan pernyataan mengenai metodologi dan ringkasan hasil. Abstrak ditulis dalam Arial 10 pt dan sebaiknya tidak lebih dari 250 kata. Spasi 1.
Contains up-to-date and relevant background and literature citations. The introduction contains the research objectives. The number of paragraphs in the introduction is 2-3 paragraphs and no more than two pages. The library is written according to the guidelines for writing journal manuscripts (Jurnal, 2019).
The written material is the main material used during the research. The origin of the material obtained is also written. Chemicals used are labeled with the brand or manufacturer's name.
The written tool is the main tool used during research.
Contains the experimental design used in the study.
Contains the stages of research implementation.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
- Parameters 1
The results of the research and the discussion are presented clearly. The discussion is accompanied by references. The references used are the last 10 years. Data can be presented in tabular form. Pictures related to research can be included. An example of a table can be seen in Table 1. An example of a graph can be seen in Figure 1.
Figure 1. Microstructure of the dye powder using maltodextrin coating material
Table 1. Color Organoleptic Values
Numbers followed by different letters in the same column show significant differences based on the 5% BNJ test.
- Parameters 2
Explaining data and discussing parameter 2, etc.
Conclusions are presented briefly and clearly. Conclusions are presented in the form of paragraphs.
Acknowledgments do not have to be written down
REFERENCES (Use references from the last 10 years. At least 1 reference cited or from JTFAT)
Husna, N.E., Lubis, Y.M., and Ismi, S. (2017). Physical and Sensory Properties of Wet Noodles from Sago Starch with the Addition of Moringa Leaf Extract. Journal of Technology and Industry of Agricultural Products 22(2) : 99-106.
Kasemsuwan, T., Bailey, T. and Jane, J. (1998). Preparation of clear noodles with mixtures of tapioca and high-amylosestarches. Carbohydrate Polymer 32: 301-312.
Winarno, F.G. and Fardiaz, S. (2018). Introduction to Food Technology. Main Library Gramedia. Jakarta.
Conflict of Interest Statements: The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.
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