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"As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation

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"As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation https://t.co/D4OnMGTl86
RT @Repositorian: #futurepaper | RT @Protohedgehog: Smart ideas: Continuous publication of research outputs as a process as a way of transf…
#futurepaper | RT @Protohedgehog: Smart ideas: Continuous publication of research outputs as a process as a way of transforming scholarly communication and evaluation https://t.co/bLslunMLm4 via @chartgerink and @mzelst
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RT @RoyMeijer: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact" publication https://t.co/5zo4SyC2OZ via @PeerJPreprints > What does this mean for #s…
"As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact" publication https://t.co/5zo4SyC2OZ via @PeerJPreprints > What does this mean for #scicomm? Check #openkitchenscience and https://t.co/zoWBE5pQjR @ryhertzberger for some ideas https://t.co/Uxf68rHrSl
Smart ideas: Continuous publication of research outputs as a process as a way of transforming scholarly communication and evaluation https://t.co/hMJpLYxjm5 via @chartgerink and @mzelst
"As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation, https://t.co/pCtYGKbGaF
RT @Protohedgehog: Currently reading: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation…
RT @WeSciDotCom: Important and potentially paradigm shifting concept. As-you-go' vs 'after-the-fact', once broadly adopted, will remove lat…
RT @WeSciDotCom: Important and potentially paradigm shifting concept. As-you-go' vs 'after-the-fact', once broadly adopted, will remove lat…
Important and potentially paradigm shifting concept. As-you-go' vs 'after-the-fact', once broadly adopted, will remove latency from #scicomm & tons of redundant scientific work, currently burdening scientific progress #OpenScience #OpenAccess @chartgerink https://t.co/VoVRN2TOoK
RT @mzelst: New preprint with @chartgerink. Really enthousiastic about our core message: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network…
RT @chartgerink: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact" . New preprint with @mzelst. Really excited about finally sharing a (hopefully) co…
RT @Protohedgehog: Currently reading: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation…
#futurepaper | “As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation [PeerJ Preprints] https://t.co/bLslunvauw
RT @Protohedgehog: Currently reading: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation…
Currently reading: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation https://t.co/hMJpLYxjm5 by @chartgerink and @mzelst - fascinating idea!
@Protohedgehog Which is why we need new forms of research evaluation :-) https://t.co/9gb6Nsa20A
RT @chartgerink: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact" . New preprint with @mzelst. Really excited about finally sharing a (hopefully) co…
RT @chartgerink: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact" . New preprint with @mzelst. Really excited about finally sharing a (hopefully) co…
New preprint with @chartgerink. Really enthousiastic about our core message: "As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation https://t.co/9gb6Nsa20A
"As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact": A network approach to scholarly communication and evaluation https://t.co/De7H9Pq1IR
"As-you-go" instead of "after-the-fact" . New preprint with @mzelst. Really excited about finally sharing a (hopefully) coherent report on this https://t.co/G1qFq1YmO2
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Competing Interests

The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Author Contributions

Chris HJ Hartgerink wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

Marino van Zelst wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

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The research in this article did not generate any data because it is a description of ideas and its related concepts.

Funding

This work was supported by the Mozilla Science Fellowship (2017; awarded to CHJH). The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.


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