4 thoughts on “Report from PLoS ONE Editorial Board Symposium

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  2. Hi Mike

    Thanks for your comment. PeerJ came up a couple of times in passing but wasn’t really discussed. Certainly looks like an interesting publisher to watch!

    • Indeed. I think PeerJ is potentially a game-changer. Until yesterday, PLOS ONE was unquestionably the OA venue par excellence, Now that’s not clear any more. PeerJ has yet to establish a track-record, and in that respect is way behind PLOS ONE. But in other respects (primarily cost) it’s way ahead. I really don’t know how this is going to come out.

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