Research Square Editor in Chief, Michele Avissar-Whiting, delivered a short talk on the topic of preprints and peer review.
To remediate peer review and optimize how science is disseminated and evaluated, the dynamics of the publication process as a whole must be reimagined.
A tour of how peer review builds trust across the various steps of publication
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The adage “Publish or Perish” suddenly took on a starkly literal character. The name of the game now was speed and maximum visibility, and preprinting offers both at no cost to authors.
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As with any peer-reviewed paper, a preprint should be read in full and limitations carefully noted for inclusion in the piece.
Michele Avissar-Whiting, PhD, to lead the editorial vision for Research Square.
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Badges are virtual "stamps" signifying that a paper has passed certain quality checks, and they can benefit authors, readers, and science as a whole.
Research Square is now offering badges in Methods or Statistics Reporting to researchers who post a preprint to its multidisciplinary preprint platform, also known as Research Square.
Research Square, the company behind the world’s fastest-growing preprint platform, is partnering with Dimensions to provide early citation data on preprints.
Research Square, the company behind the world’s fastest-growing preprint platform, is launching a blog as an educational resource for researchers.
Research Square, known for their multidisciplinary preprint platform, reached 20,000 preprints just 18 months after its launch in 2018.
Preprints represent a unique publication type that can provide distinct advantages when used to supplement traditional peer-reviewed publications.
Preprinting can increase the impact and decrease the time to publication of preprinted manuscripts that are eventually submitted to journals.
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