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should you publish in PLoS One?

My response to this question on Facebook: Do not publish in PLoS if you need a status boost for the job market or promotion. Do publish if journal prestige is not a factor. My case: good result but I was in a race against other computer scientists. Simply could not wait for a four year […]
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