Unravelling the mysteries of preprints and peer review

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-06-20

Summary:

"A new online database that provides quick access to the editorial policies of about 2,900 scientific journals aims to dispel much of the mystery and uncertainty in scientific publishing. The Transpose database, which launched on 13 June, was compiled by a mostly US-based group of researchers working towards reforming publishing. The database includes details about peer review, preprints and editorial policies that are often difficult or impossible to find on journal websites, says Jessica Polka, a Transpose team member and a cell biologist at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts...."

Link:

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01947-4

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Tags:

oa.new oa.transpose oa.preprints oa.peer_review oa.journals oa.policies oa.policies.journals oa.versions

Date tagged:

06/20/2019, 12:01

Date published:

06/20/2019, 08:01