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Posts tagged with 'transparency'

New OSF enhancements for community-developed, open source infrastructure
Not only do researchers use OSF as a tool to accelerate science by collaborating, managing and sharing their research; they’re also stakeholders in its sustainable development...
Tags: Transparency, Infrastructure, Software, OSF, Sustainability, Integrations, Open Source
Help us to improve health research
Thanks to pioneers like David Sackett, Kay Dickerson and Doug Altman, Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) has brought immense improvements in medical and health research. The hard work...
Tags: Transparency, Registered Reports, Health Research, Policy
Advocating for Policy Improvements at Your Institution
Perhaps you’re in a scientific field that needs nurtured toward open and reproducible practices but you’re not sure how to approach policy and decision makers about implementing...
Tags: publishing, Transparency, TOP, Webinars, Registered Reports
Three More Reasons to Take the Preregistration Challenge
Faster reviews, more journals, and encouragement from funders. As you may already know, the Preregistration Challenge is our ongoing education campaign to encourage...
Tags: Transparency, Preregistration, Reproducibility
A How-To Guide to Improving the Clarity and Continuity of Your Preregistration
Preregistration, specifying your study design and analysis plan before you begin your study, has recently come to the forefront of scientific discussion as one solution to the...
Tags: Transparency, Preregistration, Reproducibility
Next Steps for Promoting Transparency in Science
Springer Nature just added over 2,100 of their journals as signatories to the Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines, published in Science in 2015. Let that sink in....
Tags: publishing, Transparency, TOP
Open Science and the Marketplace of Ideas
Our mission at COS is to make science more reproducible and dependable. Our strategy to achieve that mission is to make the research process more transparent so that those who...
Tags: Transparency, Preregistration
What Second Graders Can Teach Us About Open Science
Science seems hard.  Scientists use fancy words and fancy equipment and study things that few people understand.  But, how scientists are supposed to learn things is not so hard...
Tags: Transparency, Strategy, Reproducibility, Openness, Research
The Content of Open Science
Over the past three years, we’ve seen the beginning of a culture change toward more open and transparent research practices. Major funders are mandating more access to scientific...
Tags: Science, Transparency, Preregistration, Reproducibility, Open