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PLoS One's Approach to Promote Reproducibility

19.06.2017

Towards Greater Reproducibility for Life-Sciences Research in Nature

31.05.2017

Science Needs a Solution for the Temptation of Positive Results

30.05.2017

Software Simplified

29.05.2017

Our Path to Better Science in Less Time Using Open Data Science Tools

24.05.2017

Reproducible Research, Just Not Reproducible By You

24.05.2017

Data Sharing Can Offer Help in Science's Reproducibility Crisis

18.05.2017

DFG Statement on the Replicability of Research Results

26.04.2017

Want to Fix Science’s Replication Crisis? Then Replicate

20.04.2017

The Earth Is Flat (p>0.05)

14.04.2017

Is The Peer Review Crisis A Patent Application Crisis?

12.04.2017

The Breakdown in Biomedical Research

07.04.2017

Protocols.io Tools for PLOS Authors: Reproducibility and Recognition

06.04.2017

How Flawed Science Is Undermining Good Medicine

06.04.2017

Composing Reproducible Manuscripts Using R Markdown

05.04.2017

"Failure Is an Essential Part of Science"

04.04.2017

Tool for Detecting Publication Bias Goes Under Spotlight

01.04.2017

Code Is the White Whale of Reproducibility In Science

26.03.2017

Is Most Published Research Really False?

20.03.2017

Taking On Chemistry's Reproducibility Problem

20.03.2017
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