We asked ChatGPT what it said about Predatory-Publishing.com. Here is what it said.
Under the guise of an advent calendar, we have been listing the most highly cited papers that have addressed predatory publishing. Here we present the full list.
We look at which journals publish papers about Predatory Publishing and provide some high level analysis, including how much impact these articles are having.
We discuss some of these issues and ask if there is an alternative way of classifying a predatory publisher/journal and, at least, start a discussion as to how these ideas could be developed.
In this article we consider what data we should collect for publishers/journals, so that we can more easily compare one with another.
In May 2020, Kyle Siler said that there is no agreed definition of predatory publishing. Although this article was written almost two and a half years ago, is this still true today?