Researchers in #ecology you can now submit #preregistration . already submitted several preregistrations which are currently under #PeerReview. More about : & about : #openscience
We are looking for established circuit neuroscientists to endorse us and help kick start our exciting free #preprint #peerreview project! Please spread the word, RT, and contact us at [email protected] for more info!
The current #Science publication system costs more than 1 million #PhD fellowships per year. Want to get this huge amount of money back into research? Just use free #preprints and free evaluations Check how and why #openscience
This is a great idea - 'Peer Community In' for reviewing and highlighting #preprints
So, time to form a Peer Community in your field today ! Or join in on one of the existing efforts.
why don't you join the life-size experiment of publishing with or - in order to publish and read at no cost and inject more money into research. Check how and why
Agreed. Projects like and other layered outlets are the future. High-profile journals should join in but are they willing to risk their profitable business models? I'm not holding my breath.
Among feedback, see the "Peer Community in" project - - who organize - for free - peer-review evaluations & recommendations of #preprints Have a look , & . More PCI coming up including PCI Circuit Neuroscience
looks very interesting too! They're well funded by INRA & are looking to start a Mathematical and Computational Biology commmunity (if anyone wants to volunteer).
if this kind of process could become the rule ... Fantastic ! This already exists in very similar form
1/2 Many thanks to Chris Jiggins & Yannick Wurm for inviting us @ & respectively to present the project - ! Intense discussions & lot of feedbacks. Thanks to all who attended these PCI talks!!
Will the "Peer Community In..." recommandation process become a credible alternative to traditional peer review process ?
Peer Community In looks like exactly what we need - open community peer review of preprints! #openscience
The “Peer Community in” (PCI) looks like a great way to support preprints. Review/recommend preprints, to help improve the publication process
The “Peer Community in” (PCI) is a non-profit scientific organization that aims to create specific communities of researchers reviewing and recommending, for free, unpublished preprints in their field.
showed me this cool project called which provides a bunch of the infrastructure nowwww :)
I appreciate the comparison with other services. :) You might want to add "Peer Community in” to it:
I am too busy myself with the grassroots *post* publication review system, but the Peer Community In pre publication system nicely complements it. Friendly publishers like Copernicus may be willing to accept the PCI reviews without a new round of review.
I just learned about () from - it looks like exactly that. I would definitely be interested in helping to start a PCI for psychology.
JOIN: The “Peer Community in” (PCI) is a non-profit scientific organization that aims to create specific communities of researchers reviewing and recommending, for free, unpublished preprints in their field #AIMOS2019