Journal

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A journal, from the Old French journal (meaning "daily"), may refer to:

  • Bullet journal, a method of personal organization
  • Diary, a record of what happened over the course of a day or other period
  • Daybook, also known as a general journal, a daily record of financial transactions
  • Logbook, a record of events important to the operation of a vehicle, facility, or otherwise
  • Record (disambiguation)
  • Transaction log, a chronological record of data processing

In publishing, journal can refer to various periodicals or serials:

  • Academic journal, an academic or scholarly periodical
  • Magazine, non-academic or scholarly periodicals in general
  • Newspaper, a periodical covering general news and current events in politics, business, sports and art
    • Gazette, a type of newspaper, often a newspaper of record
    • Government gazette, a government newspaper which publishes public or legal notices

Journal may also refer to:

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