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    1. Computational and Systems Biology

    Meta-Research: Releasing a preprint is associated with more attention and citations for the peer-reviewed article

    Darwin Y Fu, Jacob J Hughey
    An analysis of more than 70,000 journal articles, including 5405 that were first released as a preprint on bioRxiv, shows that articles with a preprint received 49% more attention and 36% more citations than articles without one.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology

    Meta-Research: International authorship and collaboration across bioRxiv preprints

    Richard J Abdill et al.
    An analysis of 67,885 preprints on bioRxiv finds evidence for disparities in international participation that are similar to the disparities found in conventional journals.
  1. Point of View: Journal clubs in the time of preprints

    Prachee Avasthi et al.
    Early-career researchers can learn about peer review by discussing preprints at journal clubs and sending feedback to the authors.
  2. Meta-Research: Tracking the popularity and outcomes of all bioRxiv preprints

    Richard J Abdill, Ran Blekhman
    Data are reported for the monthly number of uploads to and downloads from bioRxiv, and for the number of preprints that are later published in peer-reviewed journals.
  3. Webinar Report: Supporting preprints in the life sciences

    Explore the new initiatives that are helping preprints to make a bigger impact.
  4. PREreview — a new resource for the collaborative review of preprints

    Reviewing preprints provides feedback to the authors and helps involve more scientists in peer review.
  5. Accelerating science with preprints

    eLife encourages authors to deposit manuscripts as preprints in bioRxiv and other online repositories in order to increase access to research findings and to communicate new results more quickly.
  6. Preprint progress

    A summary of our recent application in response to the ASAPbio Request for Applications for central services to support the use of preprints in the biological sciences.
  7. Preprint Review: A guide for authors

    Preprint Review is a first step by eLife towards a system that combines author-driven publication (via preprint) with robust and reliable peer review.
  8. Authors can now submit a preprint to bioRxiv while submitting to eLife

    By offering the opportunity to submit to bioRxiv at submission, it saves authors time and supports the use of preprints.

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