@elduvelle@neuromatch.social avatar

So is this the deal with the new @eLife system:
1- you send your preprint
2- it is reviewed (if they so choose)
3- you eventually upload a final “version of record”
4- you send that version (+reviews) to another journal for publication

Has anyone tried that step 4? Do the “other journals” accept to publish something that’s already been reviewed & published by eLife?

Of course, you could skip step 4 but does having an eLife paper under the new system “count” for your CV?

@gpollara@med-mastodon.com avatar

@elduvelle I think it does. It's the equivalent of f1000 research or wellcome open research paper being accepted past peer review stage.

It's a public statement that the paper has changed to the satisfaction of @eLife reviewers, which in itself is a CV worthy achievement, personally.

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