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

Answer

While there is no definitive definition of a pre-print, the most common usage is to describe the version of the article that was submitted to the publisher before being accepted or peer reviewed.  (other terms:  Submitted manuscript, Author original, Author's version, Submitted version)

To ensure that this is the definition used by your publisher, check the license terms on the publisher web site.

What are other versions of publications exist?

  • Last Updated 12-Sep-2018
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  • Answered By Joan Kolarik

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