Upon acceptance a DOI will be assigned to the AOV by Oxford University Press and it is the author’s responsibility to update the AOV on any pre-print servers with this DOI;5) Once the article has been published in its final form on the journal website, the preprint server on which the AOV is hosted must link to the article on the journal’s website (the link should appear as follows: This article has been accepted for publication in [Journal Title] Published by Oxford University Press.);" "If the AOV is posted to a preprint server under an open access license, publication of the article in the ASN journal must also be under the same type of open access license, and the author must agree to pay the journal’s open access fee." "Yes.
The IEEE recognizes that many authors share their unpublished manuscripts on public sites.
Bio Rxiv posts can be directly submitted with minimal effort to any EMBO Press journal.
The details of the preprint server concerned and any accession numbers or DOIs must be included in the cover letter accompanying submission of the manuscript." Both journals published by GSA, GENETICS and G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics allow authors to deposit manuscripts (currently under review or those for intended submission to GENETICS or G3) in non-commercial, pre-print servers such as bio Rxiv or Ar Xiv.
The policy states "Neither conference presentations nor posting on recognized preprint servers constitute prior publication," and an editorial explains: "Nature never wishes to stand in the way of communication between researchers.[...] Communication between researchers includes not only conferences but also preprint servers.
The Ar Xiv preprint server is the medium of choice for (mainly) physicists and astronomers who wish to share drafts of their papers with their colleagues, and with anyone else with sufficient time and knowledge to navigate it.
Authors should provide information about any preprint postings, including copies of the posted manuscript and a link to it, at the time of submission of the manuscript to this journal." but also publishes work that has previously published on other preprint servers.
"We advocate open science and have no issues with submissions that were previously posted on other preprint servers.
Deposition of a preprint version on the author's personal website, in an institutional repository, or in a recognized preprint archive (such as Bio Rxiv) is not viewed as prior publication, provided that: Authors should inform the journal at the time of submission if and where their article has been previously posted.
Authors are required to provide a link to the final published article (known as the Version of Record) alongside the original preprint version.