[Excerpts taken from the article “The 2019 BITSS Annual Meeting: A barometer for the evolving open science movement” by Aleksandar Bogdanoski and Katie Hoeberling, posted at bitss.org] “Each year we look forward to our Annual Meeting as a space for showcasing new…Read More
[Excerpts taken from the “QRP Game Rules”, by Roger Giner-Sorolla, posted at OSF] “A game of scientific discovery, careers, and reform for 2-6 players or teams.” Overview “You, the players, are researchers using sampling statistics to find out more about…Read More
Replication is important. Many journals in economics, including Energy Economics, now insist on papers being published together with a replication package, and a few journals check that package prior to publication. This is a world apart from the common practice…Read More
[From the article “The changing forms and expectations of peer review” by Serge Horbach and Willem Halffman, published in Research Integrity and Peer Review, 2018, 3:8] This is a wonderful article that provides a comprehensive discussion of peer review in…Read More
[From the article, “The Landscape of Open Data Policies” by David Mellor, published at the Center for Open Science blogsite] “TOP [Transparency and Openness Promotion] includes eight policies for publishers or funders to use to increase transparency. They include data transparency,…Read More
[From the article “Technology behind bitcoin could aid science, report says” posted online at Physics Today] “Blockchain, the technology behind the popular digital currency bitcoin, has the potential to transform research and the science publishing landscape. That’s the conclusion of…Read More
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