Aims and Scope
PLOS One (stylized PLOS ONE, and formerly PLoS ONE) is a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal published by the Public Library of Science (PLOS) since 2006. The journal covers primary research from any discipline within science and medicine. The Public Library of Science began in 2000 with an online petition initiative by Nobel Prize winner Harold Varmus, formerly director of the National Institutes of Health and at that time director of Memorial Sloanâ€“Kettering Cancer Center; Patrick O. Brown, a biochemist at Stanford University; and Michael Eisen, a computational biologist at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Less
- PublisherPUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE
- Article Processing ChargesUSD 1805
- Publication Time24
- Editorial Review ProcessAnonymous peer review
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Since when has PLoS ONE been publishing?
The PLoS ONE has been publishing since 2006 till date.
How frequently is the PLoS ONE published?
PLoS ONE is published Irregular.
Who is the publisher of PLoS ONE?
The publisher of PLoS ONE is PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE.
Where can I find a journal's aims and scope of PLoS ONE?
For the PLoS ONE's Aims and Scope, please refer to the section above on the page.
How can I view the journal metrics of PLoS ONE on editage?
For the PLoS ONE metrics, please refer to the section above on the page.
What is the eISSN and pISSN number of PLoS ONE?
The eISSN number is 1932-6203 and pISSN number is 1932-6203 for PLoS ONE.
What is the focus of this journal?
The journal covers a wide range of topics inlcuding Cancer, Assay, Tuberculosis, Body mass index, Randomized controlled trial, Virus, Gene expression, Mental health, Machine learning, Quality of life, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Insect, Glaucoma, Confidence interval, Computed tomography, Respirator, Health care, Management, Oxidative stress, Cross-sectional study.
Why is it important to find the right journal for my research?
Choosing the right journal ensures that your research reaches the most relevant audience, thereby maximizing its scholarly impact and contribution to the field.
Can the choice of journal affect my academic career?
Absolutely. Publishing in reputable journals can enhance your academic profile, making you more competitive for grants, tenure, and other professional opportunities.
Is it advisable to target high-impact journals only?
While high-impact journals offer greater visibility, they are often highly competitive. It's essential to balance the journal's impact factor with the likelihood of your work being accepted.