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On the value of preprints: an early career researcher perspective

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RT @rejectthenull: The value of preprints to an early career researcher. https://t.co/t5eZrud1HU #medlibs #openaccess https://t.co/vAdpMOu…
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RT @rejectthenull: The value of preprints to an early career researcher. https://t.co/t5eZrud1HU #medlibs #openaccess https://t.co/vAdpMOu…
RT @rejectthenull: The value of preprints to an early career researcher. https://t.co/t5eZrud1HU #medlibs #openaccess https://t.co/vAdpMOu…
RT @rejectthenull: The value of preprints to an early career researcher. https://t.co/t5eZrud1HU #medlibs #openaccess https://t.co/vAdpMOu…
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RT @rejectthenull: The value of preprints to an early career researcher. https://t.co/t5eZrud1HU #medlibs #openaccess https://t.co/vAdpMOu…
The value of preprints to an early career researcher. https://t.co/t5eZrud1HU #medlibs #openaccess https://t.co/vAdpMOuHck
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RT @MindRxiv: Awesome piece on the value of preprints, especially for early career researchers. “Preprinting benefits include rapid dissemi…
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RT @humbertodebat: Here we provide an #ECR perspective on the value of preprints @SSarabipour @sjb015 @edemmott @alchemytoday @schwessinger…
This article provides a perspective from an interdisciplinary group of early career researchers on the value of preprints They advocate the wide adoption of preprints to advance knowledge and facilitate career development. https://t.co/4ckFpz8CWF
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RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
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RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
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RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
536 days ago
RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
536 days ago
RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
RT @sjb015: Our opinion piece on why you should consider #preprints if you are an ECR! @PeerJPreprints by @SSarabipour @humbertodebat @alch…
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Competing Interests

All authors are members of the eLife Ambassadors program. Steven J. Burgess, Humberto J Debat, Edward Emmott and Zach Hensel are members of the ASAPBio Ambassador program to promote the use of preprints. Benjamin Schwessinger is a member of eLife Early Career Advisory group.

Author Contributions

Sarvenaz Sarabipour conceived and designed the experiments, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Humberto J Debat authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Edward Emmott authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Steven Burgess authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Benjamin Schwessinger authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Zach Hensel authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

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The authors received no funding for this work.


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