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An article addressing the constant struggle to improve science communication.
Applying to all the parts of a paper and further to other forms of communication such as grants and posters.
A set of good computing practices that every researcher can adopt, regardless of their current level of computational skill.
We formulate ten simple rules for considering using preprints as a scientific communication mechanism.
A report providing guidance to the NSF on how to best encourage ethical practices in scientific and engineering research, utilizing big data research methods and infrastructures.
A publication that shows that many approaches in neuroscience, when used naïvely, fall short of producing a meaningful understanding.
If you are considering developing a new database, please, for the love of science, follow these 10 simple rules for creating and maintaining (biological) databases.
This article describes ten simple rules for digital data storage that grew out of a long discussion among instructors for the Software and Data Carpentry initiatives.
All software used for the analysis should be either carefully documented or, better yet, openly shared and directly accessible to others.
Scientific visualization is classically defined as the process of graphically displaying scientific data. However, this process is far from direct or automatic.
By Goodman A, Pepe A, Blocker AW, Borgman CL, Cranmer K, et al. (2014).
Good habits of reproducibility may actually turn out to be a time-saver in the longer run.