PPPR

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AcronymDefinition
PPPRPlant Protection Products Regulations (UK)
PPPRPost-Publication Peer Review (scientific research)
PPPRPeriod Parity Progression Ratio (human fertility)
PPPRPersonnel Performance Planning and Review (teaching)
PPPRProtection of Personal and Property Rights Act of 1988 (New Zealand)
PPPRSwedish People Participating in Poverty Reduction
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The annual Altmetric Top 100 highlights research published in 2018 that has generated international online attention and discussion--from post-publication peer review sites and public policy documents to mainstream media, blogs, Wikipedia and social media platforms.
Open evaluation: a vision for entirely transparent post-publication peer review and rating for science.
New online platforms enable post-publication peer review. One stellar example of post-publication peer review at its best is Faculty of 1000 (f1000.com) in biology and medicine.
Following traditional peer review, there should be a post-publication peer review window in which the public can again screen and verify or critique the paper.
The "more" will likely be some form of "post-publication peer review." The phrase is a catchall for platforms that encourage scholars to rate and comment on their peers' already published work.
Hunter, J., 2012: Post-publication peer review: Opening up scientific conversation.
Faculty of 1000's post-publication peer review service is already an important way in which researchers and clinicians can keep up with their reading and, with plans in development for upcoming new features, I look forward to helping shape the future F1000 services.”
Read subsequent articles for explanations of related statistics and publication issues, including the page-rank, cited half-life and immediacy indices, the H (Hirsch) index, post-publication peer review, peer-reviewed proposals, and article-influence scores.
While post-publication peer review itself presents a paradigm shift in the form of research publication, combining it with blogs and social media seems too radical for the scientific community to handle.
On the other hand, a kind of post-publication peer review seems to be proceeding here, on the Internet and in other media.
"As the archive grows, SocArXiv will engage the community of scholars, members of the research library community, and publishers to develop a fuller publishing platform, with post-publication peer review and evaluation, and open access electronic journals" (intheopen.net/2016/08/building-open-socarxiv).
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