Once a year the editorial office of EuroIntervention presents to the editorial board the statistics concerning the Journal’s performance over the previous 12 months. Traditionally, these have been short presentations with prompt adjournment for refreshments. More recently, the emergence of the digital era has provided the Journal with a multiplicity of interesting metrics which detail the Journal’s exploits in the scientific, social media, and print realms. The refreshments are consequently postponed until these intriguing data have been discussed, debated, and digested by the board. This editorial provides an opportunity to disclose these statistics and the Journal&...
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