[open-science] open-science Digest, Vol 1223, Issue 1

Malin Sandström malin.sandstrom at incf.org
Mon Nov 11 08:31:38 UTC 2019

Helena, det här kanske är intressant, för NPRC?


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>    1. Community Comments and Peer Review: A Preprint Commenting
>       Pilot at PLOS (David Knutson)
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> Subject: [open-science] Community Comments and Peer Review: A Preprint
> Commenting Pilot at PLOS
> PLOS today launched a pilot to see if community feedback could help
> improve the quality and speed of the review process at a journal.
> Researchers have told us
> <https://blogs.plos.org/plos/2019/10/trends-in-preprints/> that posting
> manuscripts as preprints before—or at the same time as—submitting them to a
> journal is a great way to gain additional feedback from the community and
> improve their paper. So we wanted to put that feedback to the test.
> Starting today, PLOS staff will be checking comments left on preprinted
> submissions to *PLOS Computational Biology*
> <https://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/>*, **PLOS Genetics*
> <https://journals.plos.org/plosgenetics/>*, **PLOS Neglected Tropical
> Diseases * <https://journals.plos.org/ntds/>and *PLOS Pathogens*
> <https://journals.plos.org/pathogens/> using the PLOS preprint posting
> service. Those comments that could be relevant to the scientific evaluation
> of the manuscript will be made available to the editor handling the peer
> review of the manuscript at PLOS. At the discretion of the handling editor,
> useful comments can then complement the peer reviews that they have
> commissioned. As they are communicated to authors by the editor, these
> comments can then become part of the published peer review history for the
> article upon publication—making the entire review process completely
> transparent. You can read more about it on the *Official PLOS Blog
> <https://blogs.plos.org/plos/2019/11/community-comments-and-peer-review-a-preprint-commenting-pilot-at-plos/>*
> .
> David Knutson
> Sr. Communications Manager, PLOS
> Cell +1 651-260-8288
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Malin Sandström, PhD
Community Engagement Officer
malin.sandstrom at incf.org

International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility
Karolinska Institutet
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