My new comment piece for on how Registered Reports are changing science, and what the future holds
A great summary of Registered Reports by with evidence about what we have learned about the publishing model so far. This will be the standard piece to send to interested, wary editors to give them some confidence to try it.
The ‘results paradox’ is a chief cause of unreliable science. Negative, or null, results go unpublished, leading other researchers into unwittingly redundant studies.' Great piece by
Nature: Reviewing and accepting study plans before results are known can counter perverse incentives. sets out three ways to improve the approach.
Reviewing and accepting study plans before results are known can counter perverse incentives. Here are three ways to improve the approach.
V useful and clear explainer on Registered Reports by
Three ways to further improve registered reports, by
Kudos to that explains how #registeredreports work in this commentary and for inspiring us to start our very own DDI Registered Reports (DDIRR) Awards at . Together with , we have assigned 5 awards so far and more coming!
describes the rapid spread of registered reports. Now we need to carry that momentum for improving inference into ecology/evolution - eco-evo journals: follow the lead of and
This is an excellent overview of the importance of Registered Reports. Thank you for your tireless efforts here in helping to improve the reliability of research
What’s next for Registered Reports? describes how the format is evolving over time and what that means for the future of more transparent and efficient research
What’s next for #RegisteredReports? Reviewing and accepting study plans before results are known can counter perverse incentives. Chris Chambers sets out three ways to improve the approach.
Our peer-reviewed journal, Politics and the Life Sciences , welcomes registered reports (RR). "What’s next for Registered Reports?" according to Nature: #ScienceTwitter #SocSciTwitter #PoliSciTwitter #OpenScience
Offer as an article type at all empirical journals. Simple risk-free policy. Massive benefits for science. Read more here
"the careful scepticism required to avoid massaging data or skewing analysis is pitted against the drive to identify eye-catching outcomes," says who also shows the way to address this paradox with Registered Reports
What’s next for Registered Reports?
What’s next for Registered Reports?
What’s next for Registered Reports?
"What’s next for Registered Reports?"