OSF Preprint server

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OSF Preprint server


Leading preprint service providers use OSF Preprints as an open source infrastructure to support their communities. You should upload your preprint to whichever preprint server best fits your topic and the community that you would like to reach. If there isn’t a community-driven preprint server for your discipline, OSF Preprints is available for any discipline. Currently, you can only share your preprint on one community preprint server. It’s on our roadmap to allow users to submit a preprint to multiple community preprint servers. However, to improve discoverability across communities, all preprints shared on OSF Preprints and community preprint servers are indexed and searchable via osf.io/preprints. Right now, it is not possible to add subjects. However, you can add tags with additional subject areas or keywords to improve discoverability. COS supports communities operating their own branded community preprint services using OSF Preprints as the backend.OSF is based in Charlottesville, VA, USA.

Reference: OSF.io

MitoPedia topics: Preprints