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How Do I Directly Submit To A Publisher?
To directly submit your manuscript via Authorea's direct submission process, select "Publish" from the toolbar of the article that you wish to submit and select the journal you wish to submit to. Please note, you must be writing with the new editor for this functionality. Authorea will utilize your author information to automatically fill out the submission fie
Authorea offers more than 8,000 journal templates to choose from. Journal templates follow guidelines set by the publications themselves for submission with the correct citation formatting. Available journal templates range from Nature to Science to Cell and everything in between.
Exporting a document
Authorea supports a format-neutral writing environment, which means that articles all have the same look when viewed on Authorea, but may be exported to thousands of different styles to achieve desired formatting. Whether you need to export a document in PDF or in .docx (MS Word format), Authorea has you covered. Any document written on Authorea may be exported at any time to PDF, Word, LaTeX (if applicable), or Zip. First, locate the "Export" option on the toolbar of any document. !(https
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) Registration Failed
A digital object identifier (DOI) is automatically generated by Authorea once 'Create' is selected. Upon generation of the DOI, article metadata is deposited with Crossref. Because this process is automated, errors are rare, however, in rare cases, registration can fail. If DOI registration fails for your article, please email email@example.com.
Writing theses and dissertations with Authorea
Authorea is an ideal document editor for writing a dissertation or thesis, and it is going to get even better soon (see below). With a web-based interface, realtime collaboration, reference management, commenting, reviewing, and data hosting, Authorea provides a centralized workspace for creating quality student work. We recommend that you write each chapter of your thesis as a separate Authorea article. We will soon be adding the possibility to cross-reference chapter sections (e.g. reference
How to preprint
What is a preprint? A preprint is a copy of a manuscript which is shared on a publicly accessible repository, whether such manuscript is later submitted for publication or not. The volume and popularity of preprints have increased significantly in the last few years, in the physical sciences, the social sciences and the life sciences. What are the advantages of preprinting? Preprinting your work, on Authorea or elsewhere, allows for immediate indexing and rapid dissemination of your fin
What Is A Digital Object Identifier (DOI)?
What is a DOI? A digital object identifier (DOI) is a persistent identifier used in scholarly publishing to identify and link to a piece of work. DOIs are considered by numerous journals to be mandatory for citation and can be assigned to datasets, preprints, research articles, websites, and other scholarly works. Assigning a DOI does not preclude submission to journals. DOIs on Authorea are issued via Crossref with the following prefix 10.22541 and a unique suffix. Once a DOI is issu
How do I add subjects, keywords, or tags to my document?
You can add keywords, tags, or subjects to your documents in order to better group organize, and present them in your own profile page, group pages, and the Authorea Explore page. You can add up to five tags per article. Step 1. Select the gear from the toolbar on the document you wish to tag, and click on Add Tags. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/help
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) Registration Is Pending
A digital object identifier (DOI) is automatically generated by Authorea once 'Create' is selected. Upon generation of the DOI, article metadata is deposited with Crossref. Generally, DOI registration takes only a few minutes but in certain cases can take longer.
Direct Submission to eLife
Authorea allows direct submission to eLife from an Authorea document. To submit, make sure your document is structured as follows and then hit "Publish" from the toolbar and select eLife. You will receive confirmation from eLife regarding your submission and will be able to change any metadata or files you wish once your content is sent to eLife Title The title should ideally be fewer than 120 characters, with a clear indication of the biological system under investigation (if approp
Troubleshooting export errors
Troubleshooting for regular documents Documents will occasionally have errors when exporting to various styles. Authorea has hundreds of export formats and citation styles which are constantly being updated. Export styles are created by Authorea engineers, publishing partners, and our excellent community of users who have been contributing since the exporter was open-sourced. If you run into errors with a particular export style, please reach out to us within the document itself by using t
How to submit to bioRxiv
Authorea allows direct submission to bioRxiv from any Authorea document. To submit, make sure your document is complete and ready for submission then follow the following steps for submission. *Please note that ORCIDs can't be included at the moment and papers with Organizations as an author must be submitted directly at bioRxiv instead (submit.biorxiv.org). Select Publish from the toolbar !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/d38f777e-0276-4c52-8a15-b5855ac4903c/10e8a904
Can I post a pre-print or post-print on Authorea?
In short, yes but... We recommend checking the journal guidelines of where you wish to submit before posting your preprint or postprint on Authorea. You can check journal guidelines here. You can read more about pre-printing and post-printing on Authorea below. Pre-print A pre-print is any version of an article prior to peer review and publication, usually the version submitted to a journal. Pre-prints cover initial and successive drafts of articles, working papers, and draft conference p
How to submit to ApJ, AJ, ApJL, and ApJ Supplement (AAS)
Authorea offers direct submission to the following journals published by the American Astronomical Society (AAS): The Astronomical Journal (AJ) The Astrophysical Journal (ApJ) The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (ApJS) The Astrophysical Journal Letters (ApJL) You can start by opening the following template: AAS Template(https://www.authorea.c
How do I submit to SSRN?
Authorea allows authors to directly submit their working papers to SSRN. To submit, make sure your document is complete and ready for submission then follow the following steps for submission. Select Publish from the toolbar Search for SSRN in the search field. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/d38f777e-0276-4c52-8a15-b5855ac4903c/9f
Create a new thesis or dissertation export style
If the thesis or dissertation export style you need isn't yet available in the export style list, there are a couple of ways to get the style you need added to the exporter. There are two ways to do this: Contribute to the open source exporter Authorea's exporter and exporter styles are open source and available to the wider community for contributions. To contribute directly to the exporter, visit the Authorea GitHub repository: https://github.com/Authorea/texstyles Write us a note a
How do I submit to PREreview?
Step 1: Sign up to create an account with PREreview. Note: by signing up you will also be signing up at Authorea. Step 2: Join the PREreview group . You can join PREreview during on-boarding or from your profile settings. Step 3: Write your review. You can start writing your review by creating a new article or by starting from the PREreview template here. Step 4: Publish your review. Once your review is complete and ready for publication, you can
Can I update my article after assigning a DOI?
The short answer: yes. At Authorea we believe that research communication should be dynamic, allowing researchers to respond to feedback and reviews. Consequently, we believe that once a work is shared publicly and assigned a DOI it should have the ability to be updated. At Authorea you can take advantage of versioned DOIs. Thus, the same publication that received a DOI can later be updated and receive a ".v2", ".v3" ... and so forth versioned suffixes of its main DOI identifier. As a conseque