Together, LabArchives and Qeios offer flexibility, efficiency and collaboration at every stage of scientific inquiry from data collection to publication.
CARLSBAD, CALIF. (PRWEB) JANUARY 08, 2020
LabArchives, the leading research data management platform with over 400,000 users, today announced an integration with Qeios, a scientific publishing tool and Open Access platform.
LabArchives users can now import data directly from LabArchives to Qeios to begin the publishing process. Together the two platforms offer flexibility, efficiency and collaboration at every stage of scientific inquiry from data collection to publication.
Qeios supports scientific publishing with an efficient and collaborative platform. Intuitive platform design enables users to format consistent and beautiful scientific papers quickly. Collaborative tools then offer opportunity for cross-referencing and on-demand feedback.
Within Qeios, users have access to organized, revised, and ranked community-sourced scholarly definitions. This easy to access repository within Qeios promotes thorough cross-referencing, decreases uncertainty and promotes reproducibility.
Qeios users can invite colleagues and other community members to view work and offer feedback. Users can also publish Peer Reviews within Qeios. DOI and Altmetric tracking are automatically assigned by Qeios. The Qeios platform’s unique collaborative functions leverage collective knowledge to produce better research.
Once ready, Qeios users publish without delay. Qeios combines instant publishing capabilities with open access to advance the scientific field, and was awarded the 2019 Open Science Award for Excellence by the Open Science Consortium.
Users can sign up for both platforms for free, document and collect data within LabArchives and upload it directly to the Qeios workspace to start publishing in minutes.
Qeios is the first tool designed to improve the quality of research by acting at the production level. A new piece of knowledge, the Definition, and the review system built on it allow researchers to produce and publish articles of increased quality and comparability. For more information, visit https://www.qeios.com/
LabArchives is a SaaS application platform dedicated to better science. Used in research labs and higher education laboratory courses, LabArchives products are used by more than 400,000 scientists and professors to store, organize, share and publish their laboratory data. More than 400 of the world’s leading research institutions trust LabArchives for research data management, collection and research compliance. For more information, visit https://blog.labarchives.com/,https://www.labarchives.com or see us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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