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

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While there is no definitive definition of post-print, the most common usage is to describe the final, accepted version of the article, after peer-review and before final layout and editing (other terms: Accepted manuscript, Final draft, Accepted version, Refereed).

Before depositing the post-print version of your article in an scientific or Institutional Repository (for example, the Weizmann Research Publications Database), check if there is an embargo period.

What are other versions of publications exist?

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

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