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I recently stumbled upon Publons, a social network of peer reviewers, with a database of potential reviewers, along with their areas of expertise, stats, and contact details. I wonder if there are more platforms like this? Can we make a list of serious websites dedicated to reviewers or peer review? If there are some specialized in Mathematics, I'd like to hear about them.

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    You claim Publons is "a social network for peer reviewing," whereas Publons seems to be a social network that lists peer reviews (cf. "Publons helps you get the recognition you deserve for keeping watch over science and research" from their home page), hence, it isn't concerned with peer reviewing. Could you clarify? – user2768 Oct 12 '18 at 10:07
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    @user2768 Sorry, I meant "of peer reviewers" (I'll edit). The important part is that of the database of potential reviewers, so that editors can find their reviewers there – Jose Brox Oct 12 '18 at 10:30
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    I expect most journals to have a "database of potential reviewers". – Roland Oct 12 '18 at 10:54
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    @Roland Yes, but you cannot add yourself to most of them, and have public certification and feedback, unless I'm mistaken – Jose Brox Oct 12 '18 at 11:00
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    Who would want to get more review requests? If you are not busy enough, do more research and publish. That is the traditional way of getting into such databases. – Roland Oct 12 '18 at 11:11
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I don’t think Publons provides what you’re searching for. If you’re looking for potential reviewers I’d suggest you to look into F1000, PeerJ, Peerage of Science.

The latter I’ve come across with a while ago, see question below.

http://academia.stackexchange.com/questions/102720/has-anyone-here-tried-this-alternative-peer-review-platform-peerage-of-science

Good luck!

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