Welcome a new PCI Friendly journal: Archäologische Informationen from @DGUF1969
! It is an diamond #openaccess journal, that will accept your already peer-reviewed preprint, and will use PCI reviews and recommendations for their own review processes, if appropriate.
3/3 This is the fifth recommendation of @PCI_Archaeo ! We will continue to peer-review your manuscripts and make it a free to publish / free to read piece of citable academic work ! #openaccess Try us, this is the way to go !
1/3 A new #preprint peer-reviewed by @PCI_Archaeo: J. Lewis (2020). Probabilistic Modelling using Monte Carlo Simulation for Incorporating Uncertainty in Least Cost Path Results: a Roman Road Case Study. #OpenScience #PeerReview #Archaeology #Rstats https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/mxas2/
And here two good papers on the post-publication peer review pros :
There are PCI friendly journals, that accept to take into account the reviews and may propose a specific process (rapid review, no new review). If the paper is not recommended, we do not publish the reviews and decisions. If you're not working in #archaeology, check if there is not a PCI in your domain here https://peercommunityin.org/current-pcis/
Here to discover Masotondt and to promote a way of post-publication peer-review: you put your manuscript on an Open Archive (zenodo, OSFpreprints, bioRxiv etc.), you ask for our community to review it. We make a classic but fully open peer review (open review, open answers, open decisions) and if the work is good, we "recommend" it. It is therefore a quality article, citable, and if you need it, you can still publish it in a traditional journal. Everything FREE.