So even prior to peer review, articles in F1000Research are "published" in the strictest sense of the word?
I understand that F1000Research allows authors to publish revised versions of their articles. What if I cite a paper and a new version is uploaded afterwards?
What is the difference between the different coloured badges on articles: Update, Updated, Revised and Follow-up?
I hear that F1000Research practices open refereeing. Does this mean that everyone can see the referee names and comments?
Are the review statuses Approved, Approved with Reservations and Not Approved equivalent to traditional terms such as Accepted, Minor/Major Revisions and Rejected?
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Finally some evidence that Journal Clubs actually helps @F1000Research papers says: http://t.co/IMP1g551wQ Anesthesiologists enjoyed JCs.
@theWinnower @AkshatRathi @Protohedgehog @easternblot but the key difference is that our post-pub peer review is formal and invited.
Our articles are now visible in PubMed and PMC with indexed reviews and data! http://t.co/1kinlIWt9K