Integrity: What to do if your academic paper is challenged | Lance Wiggs

peter.suber's bookmarks 2013-04-21


"we should devalue or even ignore any research where we are not able to see the original data and the models used to run the numbers, and have the ability to re-run the exercise. These should be posted in open formats, be very easy to download and re-run and be accessible by the public without charge. Indeed why are papers not presented with the working model in electronic form embedded in the paper? The move to Open Research will help significantly here, and any funder should be mandating publishing not (just) in peer reviewed journals, but in an online and open way."


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04/21/2013, 10:08

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04/21/2013, 06:08