Why approviation

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Why approviation
« on: 11-25-2016, 13:16:29 »
Why do my posts need to be approved everytime?

Is there a threshold, where they are going to be published without approvement?


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Re: Why approviation
« Reply #1 on: 08-06-2017, 11:09:08 »
F1000 Research is a new initiative on the science publishing landscape – something like an article-hosting service with post-publication comments. Papers that not approved by enough commenters are rejected, in that they are no longer publicly visible. The article processing charges (APCs) vary between $250 and $1000 dollars per article, with the price depending on article length.

PubMed is sufficiently impressed that they include approved F1000 Research articles in their searches, but just how thoroughly are their papers being vetted? Here, I compare a few features of the post publication review process at F1000 Research with pre-publication peer review at four high-ranking medical journals.