You can register peer review metadata and connect reviews to reviewed items via relationships.
When registering peer reviews, DO:
- include a review title - if you don’t have a review-specific title convention, we recommend that you include “Review” (or your own term for review) as well as a revision and review number. For example, a review pattern of Review: title of article (Revision number/Review number) will be: Review: Analysis of the effects of bad metadata on discoverability (R2/RC3)
- include reviewer information with the contributor section, including information about anonymous reviewers
- include relevant stage, type, and recommendation metadata
- include license information
- include relationship metadata linking the review with the item being reviewed (relation type
- include metadata specific to the reviewed item, like author and title - that is captured in the record of the reviewed item, which you supply via the
Other things to know:
- references are not currently supported for peer review records but if someone cites your reviews, those citations will be included in our cited-by service
Review our Peer Review Markup Guide for XML and metadata help.