After my paper was published, I discovered an error and contacted PLOS ONE to have it fixed. Now my paper shows up twice in PubMed. Is this a mistake? If your paper had a formal
It’s mid-June and here in the US and in many other parts of the world, academics are taking advantage of the sunshine and long days to spend time in the field, attend conferences or on
If you’ve just created a manuscript in Editorial Manager and you’re reviewing it before submitting to the PLoS ONE office, or if you’re a reviewer or Academic Editor providing feedback on a paper, you may
Frequently, authors will email our editorial team to ask what they need to do after their paper has been accepted by PLoS ONE, especially if they want to verify their figure quality or fix some
In recent weeks, we’ve seen an increased number of questions from authors of recently published papers querying us about why their paper isn’t found in PubMed. So this week, I thought it would be helpful
This tutorial is for PLOS ONE authors who need to submit their revised manuscript in Editorial Manager. For more information and to see more videos like this one, visit the PLOS ONE Video Shorts channel.
This video short will show PLOS ONE authors how to check the figure quality in their manuscript. For more information and to see more videos like this one, visit the PLOS ONE Video Shorts channel.
This video is for PLOS ONE authors who want to select a coauthor to act as a corresponding author in Editorial Manager. For more information and to see more videos like this one, visit the PLOS
This post is written by Jennafer Kinsey. Jennafer is a Production Coordinator for PLoS ONE and provides author support, as well as helps keep papers on track throughout the production process. The past couple of
This post is by Yael Franco, a publications assistant for PLoS ONE. She helps assign Academic Editors to manuscripts, assists authors, reviewers and editors with email and phone queries, and handles press inquiries. Sometimes when