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JANE logo

JANE, the Journal/Author Name Estimator, is built on a database of millions of Medline records. Given an article title or abstract, JANE suggests related journals, authors or articles. It is useful to pinpoint journals closely aligned with our research. It is useful also to editors to find potential peer reviewers.

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Retraction watch logo
retractions of scientific papers

Retraction Watch is a blog that reports on retractions of scientific papers.[1]. It also discusses cases of misconduct, such as plagiarism, fake email addresses, etc., and how to prevent them.The blog was launched in August 2010 and is produced by science writers Ivan Oransky (executive editor of Reuters Health) and Adam Marcus (managing editor of Anesthesiology News).

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Biological Journals and Abbreviations logo

Biological Journals and Abbreviations contains abbreviations, full titles, and links to some WWW pages for a large variety of biological and medical journals.

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DOAJ logo

DOAJ is a directory of Open Access Journals, maintained by Lund University, that covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. The aim of the Directory of Open Access Journals is to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals thereby promoting their increased usage and impact. The Directory aims to be comprehensive and cover all open access scientific and scholarly journals that use a quality control system to guarantee

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J. Negative Results in BioMedicine logo

Journal of Negative Results in BioMedicine is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that promotes a discussion of unexpected, controversial, provocative and/or negative results in the context of current tenets.

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Journalysis logo

Journalysis is a journal-review site that acts as a free service for academic authors run by academic authors for reviewing experiences with academic journals.

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Journal Guide logo

JournalGuide, from Research Square in Durham, North Carolina is a Journal-comparison tools allow authors to search, filter, compare and sort journals by various dimensions of performance, from prestige to publishing speed.

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Publons logo

Publons allows researchers to post online profiles with bios and peer-review histories. Users receive Publons “merits” for their reviews and are incentivized by a leaderboard, with quarterly awards for the top three reviewers overall and the top reviewers in particular fields and institutions,

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Peerwith logo

Peerwith is a service website for scientifica authors. You can get in direct contact with experienced experts from all disciplines and subject areas and request a customized quote today for editing services, creating visuals and illustrations, Thesis services etc. Peerwith is a forum through which researchers can find and negotiate with service providers such as editors, translators, statisticians and illustrators to improve their research papers. The site boasts “hundreds of experts”, most

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Edanz Journal Selector logo

Edanz Journal Selector, a site designed by the Edanz Group in Fukuoka, Japan, compiling some 28,000 titles is a Journal-comparison tools allow authors to search or filter journals by various dimensions of performance, from prestige to publishing speed.

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Peerage of Science logo

The site lets scientists submit unpublished manuscripts for anonymous review by Peerage of Science members, or “Peers.” Any scientist with at least one peer-reviewed first author or corresponding author publication can register to become a Peer, and any Peer can review submitted manuscripts, as long as the authors are from a different institution and have not co-authored any studies with the reviewers in the past 3 years. Editors registered with the site can track submitted manuscripts and b

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EQUATOR Network logo

The EQUATOR (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research) Network is an international initiative that seeks to improve the reliability and value of published health research literature by promoting transparent and accurate reporting and wider use of robust reporting guidelines.The EQUATOR Network developed and maintains a digital library that provides a collection of publications related to reporting guidelines on scientific writing, empirical evidence supporting or refuting the in

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Think. Check. Submit. logo

This site focuses on helping researchers make the most informed decisions possible about where to publish their work. It helps also to avoid fake journals (BL Benderly, Science Careers, Octrober 13, 2015: 10.1126/science.caredit.a1500242).

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Publishing Campus logo

The Publishing Campus is a free and open platform delivering online lectures, interactive training modules, live topical discussions and professional expert advice for researchers looking to improve their skills in the fundamentals of publishing and academia. Certificates to recognize your efforts. Includes instruction on writing for books and journals, reviewing manuscripts, and grant writing – and a chance to debate hot topics (see; https://www.elsevier.com/connect/publishing-campus-provides

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Reviewer Recognition Platform logo

Reviewer Recognition Platform is an online system by Elsevier to get credit for peer-review activity. It tracks the reviews scientists complete and reward them for their efforts. Reviewers would receive various levels of “Elsevier Badges” that would appear on their online profiles and as certificates and would bring with them “Elsevier Rewards,” consisting of discounts on Elsevier books and other products. “One of the main points was to give a benefit back to the reviewers, in terms of

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How Can I Share it logo

How Can I Share It is a sharing resource for the scientific community to guide researchers on how to share articles quickly and easily while following copyright rules.

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bioRxiv logo

bioRxiv (pronounced io-archive) is a free online archive and distribution service for unpublished preprints in the life sciences. It is operated by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, a not-for-profit research and educational institution. By posting preprints on bioRxiv, authors are able to make their findings immediately available to the scientific community and receive feedback on draft manuscripts before they are submitted to journals.

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Resource Identification Portal logo

This is the Resource Identification Portal, supporting NIH's new guidelines for Rigor and Transparency in biomedical publications. Authors are instructed to authenticate key biological resources: Antibodies, Model Organisms, and Tools (software, databases, services), by finding or generating stable unique identifier named Research Resource Identifiers or RRIDs (Bandrowski et al., F1000Research 4:134, 2015). See also The Resource Identification Initiative Force 11 at: https://www.force11.org/grou

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