Interview with scientist – Deepak Modi – ecrLife

lkfitz's bookmarks 2018-07-20


"With the advent of open access policies and the greater acceptability of the open access model by the scientific fraternity has bought about a paradigm shift in publication trends. More and more researchers want their data to be freely available in the public domain which has given rise to a large numbers of open access journals. This has dual benefits. Firstly the data is freely available for use in the public domain and secondly as there is no space constrains (unlike in case of print journals were the space is a bottleneck), a large numbers of papers with good quantity of data can be published without compromising on the information."


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Date tagged:

07/20/2018, 12:10

Date published:

07/20/2018, 08:10