Do you obey public-access mandates? Google Scholar is watching.

  title={Do you obey public-access mandates? Google Scholar is watching.},
  author={Richard van Noorden},
Monitorización de los mandatos de acceso abierto a través de repositorios institucionales
With the support of governments, research funding agencies or academic institutions, Open Access is taking hold in the field of scholarly communication. More and more cases are found where
Future of Scholarly Publishing: A Perspective
The academic publication takes on an increasingly relevant place to shape, on the one hand, the scholar’s prestige, and on the other, the prestige of the institution to which he or she is attached.
The data‐index: An author‐level metric that values impactful data and incentivizes data sharing
It is argued that the emphasis on publication output and impact hinders scientific progress in the fields of ecology and evolution because it disincentivizes two fundamental practices: generating impactful datasets and sharing data.
Letter. New Google Scholar section with information on funded publications
This Letter to the editor discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the new section of the Google Scholar Author Profiles called “Public Access”, with information on funded (and unfunded) publications.
A meta-review of transparency and reproducibility-related reporting practices in published meta-analyses on clinical psychological interventions (2000–2020)
A meta-review of meta-analyses of psychological interventions published between 2000 and 2020 is conducted, finding major issues concerning completely reproducible search procedures report, specification of the exact method to compute effect sizes, choice of weighting factors and estimators, and practically total absence of analysis script code sharing.
Announcing the Editorial Board Fellowship Program of the American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology.
  • L. Shimoda, C. Bai, R. Morty
  • Medicine
    American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
  • 2021
This work aims to provide a scaffolding for future studies to investigate the role of inflammation in the development of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and its role in the immune response.