Addressing Reproducibility: Peer Review, Impact Factors, Checklists, Guidelines, and Reproducibility Initiatives

@inproceedings{Williams2018AddressingRP,
  title={Addressing Reproducibility: Peer Review, Impact Factors, Checklists, Guidelines, and Reproducibility Initiatives},
  author={M. Williams and K. Mullane and M. J. Curtis},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract The biomedical research community has identified several approaches to address concerns regarding the lack of reproducibility in research. These include: improving the classical peer review (CPR) process via alternatives that can improve transparency and replace/supplement CPR stakeholder biases; open access publishing forums; alternatives to the Journal Impact Factor as improved metrics for researcher productivity; guidelines and checklists to improve the quality, transparency and… Expand
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