Continuing to Bridge the Journal-Wikipedia Gap: Introducing Topic Pages for PLOS Genetics

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“…in March 2012, PLOS Computational Biology launched “Topic Pages”, whose success was followed by the establishment of a Topic Pages Collection in September 2014. Topic Pages are written in the style of a Wikipedia article, and are openly and publicly peer reviewed before being published in our PLOS journals with a second, living version posted to Wikipedia. Since the project’s launch, PLOS Computational Biology has published ten Topic Pages, covering a range of subjects from Viral Phylodynamics to Approximate Bayesian Computation. The published articles have been widely viewed on Wikipedia, as well as in PLOS Computational Biology and PubMed, and are well-cited.”

PLOS Genetics Topic Pages will be coming soon.

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