We have a wide range of statistics for researchers new and experienced. To make your Year in Peer Review page as personalized as possible, we’ve created an algorithm to show you your most impactful results from the diverse set of contributions you’ve made. That means that, in some instances, your peers will see different metrics than you. 


These metrics can include information relating to (pre- and post-publication) reviews, editorial work, authored publications, and our online peer review course, the Publons Academy.


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