The first microbial supertree from figure-mining thousands of papers

  • 09/05/2017
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    While recent reports reveal the existence of more than 114,000,000 documents of published scientific literature, finding a way to improve the access to this knowledge and efficiently synthesise it becomes an increasingly pressing issue. Seeking to address the problem through their PLUTo workflow, British scientists Ross Mounce and Peter Murray-Rust, University of Cambridge and Matthew […]

    In a nutshell: The four peer review stages in RIO explained

  • 04/10/2016
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    Having received a number of requests to further clarify our peer review process, we hereby provide a concise summary of the four author- and journal-organised peer review stages applicable to all research article publications submitted to RIO.    Stage 1: Author-organised pre-submission review Optional. This review process can take place in the ARPHA Writing Tool […]