peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-06-27
From Google's English:
"PEERS is a non-profit scientific publishing platform built from the joint initiative of researchers in epistemology, metacognition and critical theory...
- Posting and reading on PEERS is and will always be free.
- All publications are available free of charge in .epub and .pdf versions
- PEERS is a non-profit organization working to protect research and its accessibility
- By publishing on PEERS, you make your data accessible to readers.
- The project pages allow you to share data while your search is progressing.
- All data sharing tools are automatically integrated into your documents
- PEERS contains an evaluation mode for each reader. The reader can, anonymous or not, point out errors or raise questionable points. Authors can correct mistakes by reviewing their work in a dedicated thread
- For quantitative research, PEERS contains the tools to re-analyze the data contained in the product work....
We need open access. The most important research is becoming less and less acceptable for academics. Most of us would like to become more accessible. We want our students to-have access to all of the available literature, and we do not want public money to be spent just to make the research we-have written available.
We need open data. Back in the "paper era", was not shared, but it was almost impossible to share. But now, there is no excuse for prohibiting the reader of an authoritative work to a workable data set. The practice of open data is slowly spreading through some academic disciplines, while others ignore it completely. Sharing open data lacks unity in formatting and in practices. Ideally, researchers would share their data as soon as the research starts, so be sure to follow the highest standards of transparency.
Sharing your data is scary, so this move must be valued by our community. Everybody makes mistakes. The faster we know it, the better is it. The generalization of open data, but it will also allow for a deep collective effort that can produce wonders.
We need open review . Reviews are essential for every actor of the research process. But we want them to be done openly, in front of everyone else...."