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GigaByte


Title Abbreviation
GigaByte
Electronic ISSN
2709-4715
Therapeutic Area
Readership
Computer Scientists, Data Scientists
Scope
GigaByte (ISSN:2709-4715) aims to promote the most rapid exchange of scientific information in a formal peer-reviewed publishing platform. Modern research is data-driven, iterative, and aims to be FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. It is also fast moving, with available data and computational tools changing constantly and swiftly evolving fields continuously being tested, updated and modified by the community. Given that, GigaByte is focused on publishing short, focused, data-driven articles using a publishing platform that will allow nearly immediate and continuous online publication on acceptance as well as an ability to update published articles. This drastically reduces writing and reviewing. With that, GigaByte provides scientists a venue to rapidly and easily share and build upon each other’s research outputs. Currently we publish three types of articles: Data Release highlight and contextualizing exceptional and openly available datasets, Technical Release articles present an open-source software tool or an experimental or computational method for the analysis or handling of research data, and Update articles publish new data or software information from a previously published article at a time point where there is useful information to share but there are little to no new analyses, conceptual findings, or new software versions completed.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
GigaScience Press
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