Article Processing Charges
Below are the Article Processing Charges (APCs) for F1000Research.*
|Research Articles; Method Articles; Study Protocols; Reviews; Systematic Reviews||US $1000 †|
|Clinical Practice Articles; Software Tools; Observation Articles; Opinion Articles; Research Notes||US $500 †|
|Data Notes, Case Reports; Correspondence||US $250 #|
* UK customers will also be subject to pay VAT on these fees.
† These fees include up to 1 GB of data.
# The fee of US $250 includes up to 1 MB of data; for up to 1 GB of data, we will need to charge an additional US $200 to cover the storage costs.
In all cases, we can handle much larger datasets but we will need to charge extra to cover the storage costs involved; contact us to discuss your requirements and the options available.
Pre-pay membership packages are also available for institutions which include various levels of discount on the individual article fees listed above – for enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Revisions, Updates and Follow-upsRevisions and Updates are new versions of a published article and can be made to any article without extra charge.
A Follow-up article (when previously agreed with F1000Research) will be charged at 80% of the normal APC for that article type.
Discounts and waivers
Our referees will receive a 50% discount on anything submitted within the ensuing 12 months.
Articles submitted as part of an F1000Research Article Collection will receive a 20% discount for all article types.
Registered users on our core F1000Prime service (i.e. those with personal subscriptions or based at subscribing institutes) will receive a 10% discount.
F1000Posters depositors will receive a 50% discount.
Charges are payable once the article has been accepted for publishing (i.e. following successful completion of our pre-publication checks). We will consider individual full or partial waiver requests on a case-by-case basis in situations where there is a lack of funds. Additionally, we adhere to HINARI/AGORA to give full or partial waivers to authors from low-income countries.