The rankings of journals based on F1000 scores reveals a strong bias against larger journals and those with little disciplinary overlap with the biosciences.
Does the release of a journal ranking metric signal a change in vision for post-publication peer review?
It has never been easier to post a comment to a scientific article. Just don’t expect an adequate reply from the author — or one at all — according to a new study.
Post-publication review is spotty, unreliable, and may suffer from cronyism, several studies reveal.