Open Science meets Food Modelling: Introducing the Food Modelling Journal (FMJ)

M. Filter, L. Candela, L. Guillier, Maarten Nauta, T. Georgiev, P. Stoev, L. Penev

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Abstract

This Editorial describes the rationale, focus, scope and technology behind the newly launched, open access, innovative Food Modelling Journal (FMJ). The Journal is designed to publish those outputs of the research cycle that usually precede the publication of the research article, but have their own value and re-usability potential. Such outputs are methods, models, software and data. The Food Modelling Journal is launched by the AGINFRA+ community and is integrated with the AGINFRA+ Virtual Research Environment (VRE) to facilitate and streamline the authoring, peer review and publication of the manuscripts via the ARPHA Publishing Platform.
Original languageEnglish
Article numbere46561
JournalFood Modelling Journal
Volume1
Number of pages9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Filter, M., Candela, L., Guillier, L., Nauta, M., Georgiev, T., Stoev, P., & Penev, L. (2019). Open Science meets Food Modelling: Introducing the Food Modelling Journal (FMJ). Food Modelling Journal, 1, [e46561]. https://doi.org/10.3897/fmj.1.46561
Filter, M. ; Candela, L. ; Guillier, L. ; Nauta, Maarten ; Georgiev, T. ; Stoev, P. ; Penev, L. / Open Science meets Food Modelling: Introducing the Food Modelling Journal (FMJ). In: Food Modelling Journal. 2019 ; Vol. 1.
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