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Reviewer activity report
As an appreciation for the time and expertise you offer to the peer review process, Nature Research provides a summary of your refereeing activity for our journals. We hope you can use this record to demonstrate your contribution to the peer review process and to the scientific community. If you would like to obtain a report of your reviewing activity, follow these steps:
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External recognition platforms
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