Open science and reproducible research.

@article{Groves2012OpenSA,
  title={Open science and reproducible research.},
  author={Trish Groves and Fiona Godlee},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2012},
  volume={344},
  pages={
          e4383
        }
}
New reports call for scientists to share data and publishers to embrace open access “Scientists should communicate the data they collect and the models they create, to allow free and open access, and in ways that are intelligible, assessable and usable for other specialists . . . Where data justify it, scientists should make them available in an appropriate data repository.” So said the Royal Society last week, in its report Science as an Open Enterprise: Open Data for Open Science. 1 The… CONTINUE READING

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