At the Journal Nature, Peer Reviewers Have the Right To…

[From an editorial published in Nature entitled, “Referees should exercise their rights”]
“At Nature, we recognize that our peer reviewers have certain ‘rights’. One of the most well known is the right to anonymity. Less widely known is that referees have the right to view the data and code that underlie a work if it would help in the evaluation, even if these have not been provided with the submission. Yet few referees exercise this right. They should do so.”
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