Guide to open science publishing

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"What is the history of open access? Where should we share our data? What are the benefits of peer review? Who is using post-publication peer review? How can I get involved with open science? To answer these and other key questions, F1000Research has put together this guide to open science publishing. The first four chapters each focus on one of the underlying principles of F1000Research, and the last chapter addresses other areas of open science. We hope this will be a useful resource for researchers, students, and others with an interest in the increasingly open nature of scientific research and publishing. Finally, we’d like to express our thanks to Peter Kraker, Fabiana Kubke, Ross Mounce, Liz Neeley, Anna Sharman, Lenny Teytelman, Kaitlin Thaney and Liz Wager for useful feedback on individual chapters of this document." 


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Date tagged:

02/14/2015, 17:29

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02/14/2015, 08:59