Month: August 2019

Transparency of reporting sort of saves the day…

I’m in the midst of an unhappy experience serving as a peer reviewer. The situation is still evolving but I thought I’d put up a short post describing (in general terms) what’s happened because I’d be happy to have some

Meta-Science: It’s all Happening in Melbourne

Are you interested in meta-science? In Open Science? If so, check out the inaugural conference of AIMOS, the Association for Interdisciplinary Research &Open Science. It’s a two-day meeting, on 7 & 8 November, at the University of Melbourne. There’s an

eNeuro’s new push to encourage estimation

eNeuro, one of the two journals published by the Society for Neuroscience, has revised its author guidelines to encourage estimation. That’s great news. Here is: The announcement and comment from editor Christophe Bernard An accompanying commentary from us that explains

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