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Journal publication

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In most cases journal publication {Quote} will not be affected by posting a preprint. However, there are some publishers that do not consider papers that have already appeared online. We strongly recommend that you check all journals that you might submit to in advance {end of Quote}. A list of academic journals by preprint policy is available.


Reference: https://www.preprints.org/about

Some thoughts on Journal publications

Communicated by Iglesias-Gonzalez J 2019-02-19
Most established journals now admit preprints in their publication system without any problem, if they have the format requested by the editor of the journal (see for example CellPress: http://crosstalk.cell.com/blog/lets-talk-about-preprint-servers). A preprint is not considered as an indexed publication and usually attracts attention from the scientific community. This may increase the impact of the final journal publication.


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