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Reproducibility by Design

Reproducibility should be a natural and integral part of the research process – embedded and invisible wherever possible. However, in recent years, the research world has encountered a reproducibility crisis whereby methods, analytical software, and data reported have not been shared fully openly or accurately.

We are committed to supporting researchers on their path to a more open and reproducible research through the development and implementation of technological solutions.

A Transparency SnapShot

Author awareness and compliance needed

To understand the adoption and impact of transparency guidelines the Ripeta team analysed the top 25 highest impact journals’ manuscripts from 2019. Their results indicate that even the most compliant journals failed to ensure that half of the authors included data availability statements. These results signal the need for better author awareness and improved methods for checking compliance.

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Helping to solve the Reproducibility Crisis

Resources

The Anatomy of a Data Availability Statement (DAS)

Reproducibility, Replicability and Trust in Science

Trusting Science in the Time of Coronavirus

Reproducibility or Producibility? Metrics and their Masters

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