If you are a PLoS ONE author reading this post (and the chances are high that you are, as we just emailed all of you!) then on behalf of myself and the rest of the team, I would like to thank you for publishing with us and welcome you to everyONE, a site we have created for your benefit.
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- Here is an overview describing recent changes to our site which directly affect how your article is now presented (for example, you can now see ‘times cited’; ‘times bookmarked’ for your article)
- Here is a summary of why we launched this blog and what it is all about
- Here is some good news for LaTeX fans
- Here is some information about how to streamline the process of your next submission to PLoS ONE
- Here is the place where you will find summaries of our media coverage (every Friday)
- Here is the start of a series dealing with frequently asked questions – information about the transfer of submissions from other PLoS titles
- Here is some information about our newly launched Collection functionality
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