Reproducibility: Six red flags for suspect work

@article{Begley2013ReproducibilitySR,
  title={Reproducibility: Six red flags for suspect work},
  author={C. G. Begley},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2013},
  volume={497},
  pages={433-434}
}
C. Glenn Begley explains how to recognize the preclinical papers in which the data won’t stand up. of a policy that promotes rapid, open access to observing data, following the protocols developed in the International Polar Year. Frameworks for helping to plan and coordinate long-term observing activities across the scientific community and other sectors need to be established. The community-based observing networks from the International Polar Year, which focus on variables related to local… CONTINUE READING
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