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On the cover of PLoS One - again
The frontpage of PLoS One is currently featuring links to our study on spontaneous behavior:
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As you can see, this was sparked by a post on boingboing, initiated by one of my students from last term's neuroinformatics cour...[more]
PLoS One   spontaneous behavior   boingboing   media   
Posted on Friday 25 April 2008 - 09:18:14

Finally accepted at PLoS One
After an extensive time for more analysis, models and calculations we now finally got our manuscript on spontaneous behavior in Drosophila accepted in the open-access journal PLoS One! After all the suggestions from the ...[more]
PLoS One   paper   drosophila   spontaneous behavior   
Posted on Friday 20 April 2007 - 20:17:39

PLoS ONE is online
Finally, yesterday the long-awaited new online science publishing experiment PLoS ONE has gone online. Head on over there, check the new articles out, register and participate! This revolutionary online project will stan...[more]
PLoS One   PLoS   science publishing   
Posted on Thursday 21 December 2006 - 10:29:08

rank papers at PLoS One
The revolutionary open access journal PLoS One has now implemented user rating. In what is a first in scientific publishing, you can now rate scientific papers on a 1 to 5 scale in three categories:

  1. Insight: This provide...[more]
PLoS One   science publishing   
Posted on Wednesday 11 July 2007 - 15:27:02

PLoS One rolling out article-level metrics
Slowly but surely, PLoS One is starting to roll out the eagerly awaited article-level metrics. Of course, I feel more than a little flattered that our paper on "Order in spontaneous behavior" is one of the first articles...[more]
PLoS One   article-level metrics   open access   
Posted on Monday 30 March 2009 - 09:34:57

PLoS One largest journal in the world 2010?
Managing Editor of PLoS One, Peter Binfield, recently published a paper entitled "PLoS One: background, future development, and article-level metrics"in which he outlines some of the recent upgrades at PLoS One and futur...[more]
PLoS One   citation statistics   science publishing   PLoS   binfield   
Posted on Friday 26 June 2009 - 15:13:42

PLoS One turns one
Yesterday was PLoS One's first birthday! I helped announce the birth exactly one year ago today. PLoS One online community manager Bora (aka coturnix) also comemorates the event.

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Posted on Friday 21 December 2007 - 13:54:41

PLoS One a success
I just learned from the PLoS One mailing list that the new open-access platform PLoS One seems to be a huge success with researchers. Over 300 published articles and over 1000 submitted manuscripts only in the first 5 mo...[more]
PLoS   PLoS One   open access   science publishing   
Posted on Thursday 03 May 2007 - 14:23:12

Trends in Neuroscience
No, not the journal. Real trends, measured, peer-reviewed and published. PloS One has 49 new papers out and one of them investigates all abstracts from the Annual Meetings of the Society for Neuroscience from 2001-2006. ...[more]
trends in neuroscience   PLoS One   
Posted on Friday 02 May 2008 - 10:26:24

Nature: PLoS a threatening success
Coturnix alerts me to the fact that I'm late for a party yet again (as usual). Apparently, Nature is feeling the PLoS competition breathing down its neck. This can be seen in a Nature news article entitled "...[more]
PLoS   PLoS One   Nature   science publishing   open access   science politics   peer-review   butler   
Posted on Friday 04 July 2008 - 14:12:32

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