Q. What is a post-print version of an article?

Though there is no single definitive definition of post-print, the most common usage is to describe the final version of the article, after peer-review and before final layout and editing. 

Before depositing the post-print version of your article in an Institutional or Scientific Repository, confirm that there is no embargo period. 


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  • Last Updated 11-Jul-2018
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  • Answered By Naomi Conforti

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