Surveying Reproducibility

[From the article “Assessing data availability and research reproducibility in hydrology and water resources” by Stagge, Rosenberg, Abdallah, Akbar, Attallah & James, published in Nature’s Scientific Data] “…reproducibility requires multiple, progressive components such as (i) all data, models, code, directions,…

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What Can Stop Bad Science? Open Science and Modified Funding Lotteries

[From the working paper, “Open science and modified funding lotteries can impede the natural selection of bad science” By Paul Smaldino, Matthew Turner, and Pablo Contreras Kallens, posted at OSF Preprints] “…we investigate the influence of three key factors on the…

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Are Researchers More Likely to Share Their Data When Their Funders Tell Them To?

[From the article, “A funder-imposed data publication requirement seldom inspired data sharing” by Jessica Couture, Rachael Blake, Gavin McDonald, and Colette Ward, published in PLOS One] “…In this study, we tested the ability to recover data collected under a particular…

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