That’s right, we now have a Twitter account. We are tweeting about all new faculty publications from UNBF Science and Forestry and Environmental Management. Follow us @UNBscilib (sorry, there weren’t enough characters available for UNBsciForLib).
The Reproducibility Initiative enables a researcher or research team to have their results independently verified. For a fee, of course.
Validated studies will receive a Certificate of Reproducibility acknowledging that their results have been independently reproduced as part of the Reproducibility Initiative. Researchers have the opportunity to publish the replicated results as an independent publication in the PLOS ONE Reproducibility Collection, and can share their data via the figshare Reproducibility Collection repository. The original study will also be acknowledged as independently reproduced if published in a supporting journal.
The Science Exchange allows researchers to outsource their experiments. Disruptive technology?
I just came across a great explanation and link list for data depositories. While the article is mostly about Dryad, there’s lots of other information for those just beginning to work with data or data sets.