You want to know whether the preprints in a search result list have been recommended by a PCI after peer-review or not. How can you do that?
Preregistrations are when you write your study plan (hypotheses, methods, and analysis plan) before you collect the data. The new feature we offer at PCI is the ability to submit your preregistrations for pre-study peer review.
Many new publication services have recently appeared. Here is a non-exhaustive list of these services, with comments, highlighting the differences between these services and PCI. Overlay journals (eg Discrete Analysis, Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science) are electronic open-access journals containing peer-reviewed articles deposited
PCI wants to promote scientific reproducibility to improve the overall robustness and integrity of our scientific conclusions. To this aim, PCI has set up 3 mandatory rules and made 2 suggestions to authors: Mandatory rules: Preprints recommended by PCI must provide the
PCI does not have an impact factor (IF). Why? Simply because PCI is not a journal. It does not publish research articles. It publishes only evaluations of research articles and texts recommending research articles. Preprints recommended by a PCI can still be characterized