A recent survey of the Springer Nature academic editor suggests that academics prefer to read and cite the final versions of magazine articles to previous drafts.

Working with the Academic Networking Site Researcher, Springer Nature set forth to explore how much versions of the articles are important for researchers and if the published final version of an article, known as the registry version, It is perceived that it is significantly more valuable than prepress or an accepted manuscript.

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