OPR

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AcronymDefinition
OPROperator
OPROffice of Primary Responsibility
OPROpen Peer Review
OPROperations
OPROffice of Professional Responsibility
OPROperate
OPROverall Pressure Ratio
OPROffice of Professional Regulation (various locations)
OPROffice of Planning and Research
OPROperation
OPROut Pulse Rule
OPROffice Password Recovery
OPROfficial Pattern Release
OPROnshore Pipeline Regulations (Canada)
OPROffice of Population Research (Princeton University)
OPROld Port Rum
OPROffre Publique de Retrait
OPROffice of Parental Representation (various locations)
OPROfficer Performance Report
OPROwner's Project Requirements (building design)
OPROffice of Parks and Recreation (Oakland, CA)
OPROpen Pattern Repository (software pattern project)
OPROutside Pack Referee (Women's Flat Track Roller Derby)
OPROffice of Public Relations (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)
OPROn Premise Reserve (aviation)
OPROther People's Resources
OPROffice of Principal Responsibility
OPROwner Program Requirements
OPROnline Public Relations
OPROperation Patriot Readiness
OPROperator Performance Rate
OPROld Parochial Register (genealogy; UK)
OPROfficial Poker Rankings (website)
OPROld Prussian (linguistics)
OPROptical Pattern Recognition
OPROrganización de Protección Reconocida
OPROrganization of the People of Rodrigues (Mauritius)
OPROptical Power Received
OPROld Plank Road (Irish acoustic band)
OPROracle Parallel Server (HP)
OPROffice of Prime Responsibility
OPROverseas Publishers Representatives (New York, NY)
OPROperating Pressure Ratio (jet engine compression ratio)
OPROrganization of Primary Responsibility
OPROngoing Precision Recovery
OPROperational Project Requirements
OPROffice of Public Record
OPROffsite Procurement Request
OPROrganizational Process Record
OPROptimal Page Replacement
OPROutside Plant Repeater (Hekimian)
OPROne Price Repair (various companies)
OPROrthogonal Projection Routine
OPROrganizational Profitability Reporting
OPROhio Pig Roast (catering; Columbus, OH)
OPROutage Probability Region
OPROfficer with Primary Responsibility
OPROriginal Purchase Receipt
OPROld People Rock
OPROperability Recommendation (various organizations)
OPROverall Project Review
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Robert Storr, recently named artistic director of the 2007 Biennale, sums up the consensus: "An open peer review process is absolutely essential for anything of this kind." Beyond the issue of the selection process, the pavilion's plight reflects broader concerns about the fraying web of federal and philanthropic support that creates the context in which American art represents itself as such on the international stage.
Its purpose is to inform members about peer review and the related transparency issues, to assess their desire for greater transparency, and to incorporate their feedback into the process of developing a more open peer review program.
EPA), the National Toxicology Program (NTP)/National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) organized and conducted an independent and open peer review to evaluate the scientific evidence on reported low-dose effects and dose-response relationships for endocrine-disrupting chemicals in mammalian species that pertain to assessments of effects on human health.
It publishes brief reports of new ideas on which the author wishes rapid peer feedback and reproduces the commentary (open peer review) along with the original paper.
Open peer review policy was mentioned in two proformas and single blind in one proforma.
Single blind, double blind, triple blind, Open Peer Review system, their advantages and disadvantages were all discussed in detail.
Open access and open peer review have been in usage in the biomedical sciences for more than 20 years and is now undeniably mainstream; at Springer Nature we published over 90,000 immediate open access articles in 2017.
John Wiley and Sons, Inc., Publons, and ScholarOne announced the launch of the scholarly industry's first scalable open peer review workflow.
BioMed Central introduced open peer review in 1999, and continues to experiment with new models such as results-free peer review, exploring ways in which to improve the process of peer review, and in some cases, affect radical change to methods, processes and supporting systems.
F1000Research - an innovative open science journal offering rapid publication and open peer review
He's perfect for this role since he's "thought deeply about one of the essential components for broad annotation of the world's knowledge: open peer review." According to the company's site, Brantley's 2012 report (for a study funded by Andrew W.
"Their site is incredible: Flickr-like video presentation, podcasts, and tags," explains EContent editor Michelle Manafy, "beyond just offering great content, they are doing great things with the way they offer it and build community around it." In June, nature.com extended its focus on interaction by launching a web debate on peer review and a limited trial of open peer review. The latter is designed to offer authors the option of a confidential review of their submitted manuscripts to complement an open review where anyone in the field of science is allowed to publicly post a comment-granted, the poster identifies himself.