Shareyourpaper

Make your research visible and see 30% more citations.

Share your paper is designed by libraries to make your paper open access, for free, wherever you publish. Legally, for free, in minutes. Join millions of researchers sharing their papers freely with colleagues and the public.

https://shareyourpaper.org/

PRINCIPIA

PRINCIPIA is a transparent blockchain-powered ecosystem for peer-review of scientific outputs (ie, papers, patents, …). The platform allows users, including existing publishing groups, to create and manage peer-reviewed journals.

PRINCIPIA is a free market where researchers and publishers exchange crypto-tokens for journals, reviews and publications. Output is automatically open access.

PRINCIPIA’s referees are remunerated for their efforts and quality reviews. At variance with the traditional peer-review system, good referees are transparently and automatically rewarded in crypto-tokens for their commitment.

PRINCIPIA naturally allows to recognize prestige of users and journals, with an intrinsic reputation system which does not depend on third-parties and heuristics.

PRINCIPIA scores the reputation of a journal according to the reputation of the corresponding editorial committee. This facilitates groups of people with high reputation to bootstrap new journals.

http://principia.network/

Scinapse

What is Scinapse?
Scinapse is a free search engine for academic papers. As of April 2019, it indexes more than 200 million articles from more than 40,000 journals. It has more than 300,000 visitors on a monthly basis, as of April 2019.

Scinapse currently runs on a database collected from four major sources, namely Microsoft Academic Graph (MAG), Semantic Scholar Open Research Corpus (ORC), Springer Nature SciGraph, and PubMed. Refer to each source to investigate what they cover. Scinapse does not cover anything else.

https://scinapse.io/

Encyclopedia

Encyclopedia is an online reference created and curated by active scholars. It aims to highlight the latest research results as well as providing benchmark information for researchers and the general public interested in accurate and advanced knowledge on specific topics.

We encourage authors of review articles to quote and adapt the content of their published papers to create Encyclopedia entries. Introduction sections of original research articles can also be used to create entries. You can also create completely new entries on topics in which you have knowledge and expertise. In particular, papers can be both submitted for publication in an MDPI journal and simultaneously used to create one or more Encyclopedia entries.

Researchers can also create Encyclopedia entries ahead of journal publication. Your entry may also be used as a basis for creating a Special Issue in any MDPI journal, please contact our editorial office for further details.

Contributors will receive credit for creating entries, in addition to expanding, updating and correcting existing entries. All contributions to Encyclopedia will be noted on the page of the entry and each contributor will have a public profile showing their activity.

Entries related to paper published in MDPI journals will be listed and linked on the abstract page of the published paper.

https://encyclopedia.pub

Citation Style Language

Citation Style Language (CSL) is simply a very important project for publishing. It has widespread adoption in important platforms and plays a critical role in the scholarly publishing landscape. It is also important in that it is an open source project populated by a diverse set of skill sets and research perspectives.

The Citation Style Language project developed an XML-based format to define citation formats. Originally it was built to support the OpenOffice platform but has since been adopted on a wide scale.

The projects maintains a free and open source repository with currently over 9000 CSL citation styles for major style guides and individual journals (see https://github.com/citation-style-language/styles/ and https://pinux.info/csls_counter/). Dozens of software products, including popular reference managers such as Zotero, Mendeley, and Papers, have adopted CSL and its style library to give their users the ability to easily generate citations in a large variety of citation formats.

https://citationstyles.org

Papers With Code

The mission of Papers With Code is to create a free and open resource with Machine Learning papers, code and evaluation tables.

We believe this is best done together with the community and powered by automation.

We’ve already automated the linking of code to papers, and we are now working on automating the extraction of evaluation metrics from papers.

https://paperswithcode.com

CORE

CORE aggregates research papers from data providers from all over the world including institutional repositories, subject-repositories and journal publishers. This process, which is called harvesting, allows us to offer search, text-mining and analytical capabilities over not only metadata, but also the full-text of the research papers making CORE a unique service in the research community.

https://core.ac.uk