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"Nature Human Behaviour's August Editorial announced our new code peer review policy, which will apply to all submissions relying on computational modelling and new software. The journal's move towards systematic code reproducibility checks means that the authors of computational papers will have to follow stricter guidelines of code preparation, storage, and documentation. Editors will ensure that the code is appropriately documented, stored, licensed, and cited. At least one of our reviewers will have the appropriate computational background to verify that the code runs as described, and that it reproduces the findings reported in the study. ..."



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11/15/2021, 13:46

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09/04/2021, 09:46