An assumption at the heart of the scientific publication process is that the author of a manuscript is a scientist. But how can we tell when that is not the case? This supplements an article in The Scholarly Kitchen highlighting one case of a person acting as a scientist and placing papers on multiple preprint platforms.
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Reproducibility by design
Reproducibility should be a natural and integral part of the research process – embedded and invisible wherever possible. We are committed to supporting researchers on their path to a more open and reproducible research.
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Making Science Better
The report focuses on the increasing importance of failure in supporting modern research and addresses three areas including appropriate documentation and sharing of research data, clear analysis and processes, and the sharing of code.