Not yet! I will actually have a presentation in a few days, since i am still working on it.Have your friends look at it, and if they think it's interesting then submit it.
You know when you know. Figuring out when you have something interesting is part of your education.But it just occured to me that, unless you cracked one of the unsolved problems or something along those lines, how do people generally decide that their work is good enough to submitted to a journal.
That's why you should show it to a few friends first. If they can't see an embarrassing problem, then chances are that no one else will either. One thing in science and mathematics is to submit stuff that is "interesting". It's OK to be wrong if you are wrong in a new and creative way.I personally wouldn't want to submitt something and get ridiculed about it, so to speak.
Are you reading the journal that you plan to submit to? If so, you'll know if your paper "fits in" or not.
Great advide! Great advice, indeed!To gauge this, you need to read the journal on a regular basis.