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katarzyna szkuta

openingscience book - 0 views

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    The Evolving Guide on How the Web is Changing Research, Collaboration and Scholarly Publishing. Edited by Sönke Bartling & Sascha Friesike.
david osimo

Replication backlash « Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science... - 0 views

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    "if your finding is... fragile... researchers should know [that] right away from reading the article." http://t.co/kvohH8iJON @StatModeling
david osimo

Filter-then-publish vs. publish-then-filter | Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week - 2 views

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    "Unlike many journals which attempt to use the peer review process to determine whether or not an article reaches the level of 'importance' required by a given journal, PLoS ONE uses peer review to determine whether a paper is technically sound and worthy of inclusion in the published scientific record. Once the work is published in PLoS ONE, the broader community is then able to discuss and evaluate the significance of the article (through the number of citations it attracts; the downloads it achieves; the media and blog coverage it receives; and the post-publication Notes, Comments and Ratings that it receives on PLoS ONE etc)."
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