University of Ottawa
University of Ottawa

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The University of Ottawa has a strong commitment to making research available in open access, believing that broad dissemination of knowledge and research without access barriers is a great benefit to society as a whole. As such the University has established an institutional membership with PeerJ which will fund a Basic Membership for any University of Ottawa author who has a paper accepted to PeerJ. A Basic Membership is a lifetime membership that will cover the processing charges on your first publication, and will allow you to publish one PeerJ article every year at no additional cost.

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17 Peer-reviewed Articles

7 Preprints

Researcher engagement in policy deemed societally beneficial yet unrewarded
150 views · 21 downloads
A brief introduction to mixed effects modelling and multi-model inference in ecology
3,790 views · 1,805 downloads
Manipulating the alpha level cannot cure significance testing – comments on "Redefine statistical significance"
6,920 views · 2,335 downloads
The State of OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles
22,408 views · 10,836 downloads
Defending scientific integrity in conservation policy processes: lessons from Canada, Australia, and the United States
1,488 views · 115 downloads
Matlab code for the Discrete Hankel Transform
478 views · 807 downloads

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