Peerwith supports researchers by helping them meet the publication standards of high impact factor journals, raising the quality of your scientific output. We connect the researchers on your institution with experts who can help improve the quality of your manuscript, increasing your chance of getting published in your chosen journal.
We integrate our Peerwith platform with several external systems in order to be able to do just that. Because in order to be able to do that, we need meta data for journals, researchers, experts and institutions. And we partner with ORCID, Crossref and GRID to do so.
Peerwith is member of ORCID, Connecting Research and Researchers. Visit ORCID here. ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized. So if you sign up or log in for Peerwith, pick the ORCID option, authenticate using your ORCID details and your ORCID profile is automatically made available in the Peerwith platform. This is relevant for all researchers on Peerwith, but especially the experts, offering their services.
Peerwith is also a Crossref Affiliate Member. is a not-for-profit membership organization for scholarly publishing working to make content easy to find, cite, link, and assess. We use journal metadata from Crossref, so if you pick a journal in the process, we can link it to other relevant information in the process.
We partner with GRID (Global Research Identifier Database). Their mission: cataloging the world’s research organisations. The Institutional Signup on Peerwith links your account to the research organisation record from GRID.
So we link together researchers, journals and research organisation through partners, so the Peerwith platform itself can focus on its core mission: to be the global leading platform for researchers to connect with experts to improve the quality of their academic work.