Day-to-day discovery of preprint–publication links

« Preprints promote the open and fast communication of non-peer reviewed work. Once a preprint is published in a peer-reviewed venue, the preprint server updates its web page: a prominent hyperlink leading to the newly published work is added. Linking preprints to publications is of utmost importance as it provides readers with the latest version of a now certified work. Yet leading preprint servers fail to identify all existing preprint–publication links. (…) »

source >, Guillaume Cabanac, Theodora Oikonomidi, Isabelle Boutron, I. Day-to-day discovery of preprint–publication links. Scientometrics (2021).