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What is a preprint research paper?
A preprint is a full draft research paper that is shared publicly before it has been peer reviewed. Most preprints are given a digital object identifier (DOI) so they can be cited in other research papers. A preprint is a full draft of a research paper that is shared publicly before it has been peer reviewed.
What are preprints and why are they important?
Preprints are research papers shared before peer review, uploaded by their authors to a public preprint platform. We discuss the benefits of preprints to authors, including rapid credit, visibility, and feedback. What are preprints?
What is a preprint and how do I submit it?
A preprint is a full and complete draft of a research manuscript that you upload and share to a public repository (preprint server) before formal peer review. Most preprints are given a digital object identifier (DOI) so they can be cited in other research papers. The DOI provides a 鈥減ublic timestamp鈥?that establishes the primacy of your work.
Is a preprint a final draft or a working paper?
In most cases, they can be considered final drafts or working papers. Preprints is a multidisciplinary preprint platform that makes scientific manuscripts from all fields of research immediately available.