When is a Preprint Server Not a Preprint Server?

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David Crotty discusses the differences between preprints and post publication peer review

“The key to the definition of “preprint” is in the prefix “pre”. A preprint is the author’s original manuscript, before it has been formally published in a journal. One of the primary purposes of preprints is that they allow authors to collect feedback on their work and improve it before submitting it for formal peer review and publication.”

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