This is our tenth recommendation! We will continue to peer-review your manuscripts and make it a free to publish / free to read piece of citable academic work! Try us, this is the way to go in 2021 !

Recommended by Hector A. Orengo for @PCI_Archaeology based on 4 published reviews by Robert Bischoff, Matthew Peeples and one anonymous reviewer doi.org/10.24072/pci.archaeo.1

A new recommended by @PCI_Archaeo: Plutniak S. (2021). The strength of parthood ties. Modelling spatial units and fragmented objects with the TSAR method – Topological Study of Archaeological Refitting. osf.io/q2e69 @CNRS

This is our ninth recommendation! We will continue to peer-review your manuscripts and make it a free to publish / free to read piece of citable academic work! Try us, this is the way to go in 2021 !

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Recommended by Ben Marwick for @PCI_Archaeology based on 4 published reviews by Clarissa Belardilli, Robert Bischoff, Stefano Costa (@steko) and Li-Ying Wang doi.org/10.24072/pci.archaeo.1

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A new recommended by @PCI_Archaeo: @QueffelecAlain1, Fouéré, P. and Caverne, J.-B. (2021). A database of lapidary artifacts in the Caribbean for the Ceramic Age. Socarxiv, osf.io/7dq3b/

A new recommended by @PCI_Archaeo: @DoyonLuc
, Li, Z., Wang, H., Geis, L. and d'Errico, F. (2021). A 115,000-year-old expedient bone technology at Lingjing, Henan, China. Socarxiv, osf.io/68xpz/

Recommended by Camille Daujeard (from @Le_Museum
) based on 3 published reviews by Jarod Hudson, @DelphineVettese
and one anonymous reviewer
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This is the eight recommendation of @PCI_Archaeo ! Try us, this is the way to go in 2021 !

And on the contrary, probably you should consider asking us to become recommender! Especially if you work in Holocene periods and you have a bit of experience in writing papers and/or reviewing.

@PCI_Archaeology
is a free and transparent system for of , based on community share of workload. Register on our website: archaeo.peercommunityin.org
Submit your work after putting it on a preprint server, we surely have a recommender that can handle the editorial process and make it a high quality and citable piece of science! You can still submit it in a PCI friendly journal if necessary afterwards.

Today I did my first review for @PCI_Archaeology and it's such a powerful platform to improve publishing from the bottom up. The effect of open peer review is very positive.

Arqueologia join the PCI friendly journals' list! It's an journal of the Kvasir Publishing group (@Kvasir_P
). If you work on South America: 1) put a preprint wherever you want, 2) make it peer-reviewed by @PCI_Archaeology
, 3) publish easily!

Another new PCI Friendly journal: @Heritage_MDPI
, from the @MDPIOpenAccess
group, joins the list. You can thus be sure now that they will welcome your manuscript even after the PCI complete process, and they may use the Open reviews as their own, if appropriate.

Welcome a new PCI Friendly journal: Archäologische Informationen from @DGUF1969
! It is an diamond 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 ! Try us, this is the way to go !

2/3 Recommended by Otis Crandell (@archaeo_cafe
) for PCI Archaeo based on published reviews by Georges Abou Diwan (from @LebaneseUni
) and an anonymous reviewer doi.org/10.24072/pci.archaeo.1

1/3 A new 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. doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/prepri

If you want to know your OpenAccess score, just enter your ORCID in here: progs.coudert.name/OA_audit
(and if you're French, you can try this one: progs.coudert.name/hal and see my video here youtube.com/watch?v=ko3uKVnRES)
My score is 97% (after some work!), what's yours?!

@wim_v12e @VictorVenema
Yes when I write something, the button to send it is labeled "Pouet", probably because I'm French.

@wim_v12e @VictorVenema
From what I see ElasticSearch has to be installed in the server of the mastodont and not me on my own computer isn't it? docs.joinmastodon.org/admin/op

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