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Post-publication peer review

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There are several types of post-publication peer review. The type used by journals such as F1000Research and Copernicus journals includes a peer review that is carried out by invited reviewers, like it’s done at most journals, but the article is already published online (after an editorial check) before the peer review process starts. Articles that pass peer review are clearly marked as such and are indexed in scholarly databases.



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