arXiv

online digital archive for electronic preprints of scientific papers
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arXiv (pronounced "archive"—the X represents the Greek letter chi [χ])[2] is an open-access repository of scientific pre-prints[3]. All documents are stored as PDF.

arXiv
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Type of site
Science
Available inEnglish
OwnerCornell University
Created byPaul Ginsparg
Websitearxiv.org
Alexa rankDecrease 2,233 (June 2020)[1]
CommercialNo
LaunchedAugust 14, 1991; 29 years ago (1991-08-14)
Current statusOnline
ISSN2331-8422
OCLC number228652809

ImportanceEdit

Generally, all scientific journals have peer-review procedures. This process sometimes take several years. The time lag made by this process will easily cause delay to the scientific community. arXiv was made to avoid this delay.

Usage at Wikipedia etc.Edit

Wikipedia and some journals accept citations by arXiv. Some academic search engines (such as Google Scholar) can help users to find arXiv pre-prints.

Scientific areasEdit

arXiv includes pre-prints from various scientific fields such as:

Similar websitesEdit

Today, there are several arXiv-like websites in other areas.

Further readingEdit

  • Giles, Jim (2003). "Preprint Server Seeks Way to Halt Plagiarists". Nature. 426 (6962): 7. doi:10.1038/426007a. PMID 14603280. S2CID 29003994.
  • Ginsparg, Paul (1997). "Winners and Losers in the Global Research Village". The Serials Librarian. 30 (3–4): 83–95. doi:10.1300/J123v30n03_13.
  • Warner, Simeon (2001). "Open Archives Initiative Protocol Development and Implementation at arXiv". arXiv:cs/0101027. 
  • "What Is q-bio?". Open Access Now. 2004.

References and notesEdit

  1. "arxiv.org Competitive Analysis, Marketing Mix and Traffic - Alexa". alexa.com. Retrieved 2020-06-14.
  2. Steele, Bill (Fall 2012). "Library-managed 'arXiv' spreads scientific advances rapidly and worldwide". Ezra. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University. p. 9. OCLC 263846378. Archived from the original on January 11, 2015. Pronounce it 'archive'. The X represents the Greek letter chi [ χ ].
  3. Pre-prints are scientific articles before being approved by peer review. Pre-prints which has been approved by peer-review are academic journals.
  4. Artificial Intelligence arXiv on Twitter
  5. Machine Learning arXiv on Twitter
  6. math.AG Algebraic Geometry daily arXiv submissions on Twitter
  7. math.NA Numerical Analysis arXiv submissions on Twitter
  8. math.ST Statistics Theory arXiv submissions on Twitter
  9. Abdill, R. J., & Blekhman, R. (2019). Meta-Research: Tracking the popularity and outcomes of all bioRxiv preprints. Elife, 8, e45133.
  10. Loew, L. M. (2016). Peer review and bioRxiv. Biophysical journal, 111(3), E01.
  11. Kidd, R., Koch, W., Milne, J., Sens, I., Tegen, S., Wilson, E., ... & Brennan, M. (2018). ChemRxiv: Year One and Beyond. ChemRxiv (2018).
  12. Jackson, C. (2018). EarthArXiv-A preprint server for the Earth and Planetary Sciences. EGUGA, 1429.
  13. Cohen, P. (2016). Developing SocArXiv: a new open archive of the social sciences to challenge the outdated journal system. Impact of Social Sciences Blog.

Other websitesEdit