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The viXra covers science and mathematics and caters for the whole scientific community. It accepts submissions without requiring authors to have an academic affiliation and without any threshold for quality. The e-prints on viXra are grouped into seven broad categories: physics, mathematics, computational science, biology, chemistry, humanities, and other areas.
Gibbs' original motivation for starting the archive was to cater for researchers who believed that their preprints had been unfairly rejected or reclassified by the arXiv moderators. As of 2013 it had over 4000 preprints.
- "What’s arXiv spelled backwards? A new place to publish". Nature News Blog. 16 July 2009.
- "ViXra.org open e-print archive". viXra.org. Retrieved 22 August 2011.
- "Fledgling site challenges arXiv server". Physics World. 15 July 2009.
- Gibbs, Philip E. (2013), "A Good Year for viXra", Prespacetime Journal 4 (1): 87–90.
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