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Peer reviewed publications are a cornerstone of modern scientific research, providing the foundation on which other research is designed and conducted. This sections describes open science practices related to peer-reviewed publications, and provides solutions for ensuring the most rapid and accessible publication for such work possible.
The Preprints topic page provides an overview of when and how preprints are published, and includes answers to frequently asked questions about the process.
The Open access topic page provides guidance on journal policies related to open accessibility of publications, as well as information on how to share your work more widely if your article is behind a paywall.