Open peer review (OPR) is an umbrella term for various alternative review methods that seek to make classical peer review more transparent and accountable.
OPR includes some or all of these attributes:
Open peer review is increasingly common in the natural sciences and the health and medical fields, but there are, as yet only tentative moves in other fields of research.
Note the reviewer comments, public comments and revised manuscripts.
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