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Technical and social issues influencing the adoption of preprints in the life sciences

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An interesting look on the current challenges facing #preprint adoption: https://t.co/kQEQMWg4oF #PreprintFriday
interesting... Technical and social issues influencing the adoption of preprints in the life sciences https://t.co/0jcjmoSod0 via @PeerJPreprints
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Do you post preprints or postprints of your research articles? It's a way to make your research #OpenAccess while still publishing in top journals in your field. This article talks through the issues with specific relevance to preprints in biology ^FT https://t.co/dQ84JmKC5W
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Technical & social issues influencing adoption of preprints in the life sciences. Four factors critical; unusual now not to share immediately; experience of those running it & journals' acceptance; funder support; supportive community on twitter @ASAPbio_ https://t.co/WJXjaEMF3R
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Technical and social issues influencing the adoption of preprints in the life sciences, by Naomi C Penfold (@npscience) and Jessica K Polka @jessicapolka / @PeerJPreprints https://t.co/h00bPcwb8s
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RT @DocAngNan: "Un #preprint de synthèse" sur les preprints : Technical and social issues influencing the adoption of preprints in the lif…
RT @BiomedNew: Some very interesting consideration about #preprints - in some sort of perpetual loop as a preprint. Thanks to @asapbio for…
RT @BiomedNew: Some very interesting consideration about #preprints - in some sort of perpetual loop as a preprint. Thanks to @asapbio for…
RT @BiomedNew: Some very interesting consideration about #preprints - in some sort of perpetual loop as a preprint. Thanks to @asapbio for…
RT @BiomedNew: Some very interesting consideration about #preprints - in some sort of perpetual loop as a preprint. Thanks to @asapbio for…
Some very interesting consideration about #preprints - in some sort of perpetual loop as a preprint. Thanks to @asapbio for this Issues influencing adoption of preprints https://t.co/WBBgIOtBMY via @PeerJPreprints
RT @DocAngNan: "Un #preprint de synthèse" sur les preprints : Technical and social issues influencing the adoption of preprints in the lif…
"Un #preprint de synthèse" sur les preprints : Technical and social issues influencing the adoption of preprints in the life sciences https://t.co/gLzohHuGvG
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“Technical and social issues influencing the adoption of preprints in the life sciences” From @ASAPbio_ https://t.co/YMdiyYuk74 #preprintwatch
As preprint culture is broadening, @jessicapolka and @npscience describe the outstanding technical and social issues that need further work and innovation to realize their full potential. Issues influencing adoption of preprints https://t.co/N2wxJ1D2AR via @PeerJPreprints
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Competing Interests

Naomi C Penfold and Jessica K Polka are employed by ASAPbio.

Author Contributions

Naomi C Penfold prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Jessica K Polka prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Data Deposition

The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

There is no raw data or code associated with this manuscript.

Funding

The authors received no specific funding for this work. ASAPbio is funded by The Leona M.and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, The Wellcome Trust (UK), Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (US), Howard Hughes Medical Institute (US), Simons Foundation (US), Medical Research Council (UK) and Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CA). The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.


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