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Checklists work to improve science , April Nature and the Nature Research journals will publish more details on experiments described in life-sciences papers. Announcement: Towards greater reproducibility for life-sciences research in Nature , June Nature Editorial describing the initiatives taken on by Nature to improve research transparency: Transparency upgrade for Nature journals, March Nature Special: Challenges in irreproducible research updated November - collection of articles from Nature Research journals addressing various aspects of irreproducibility.
All Nature Research journals publishing life sciences introduce measures to improve reporting standards. Announcement: Reducing our irreproducibility , April New rules for presentation of statistics.
Nature Cell Biology. Reproducible methods and How robust are your data? June Nature Methods ushers in an Online Methods section, fully integrated with the paper, for all original research articles. Nature Methods.
Methods section remake , May From now on, Nature Research authors will be able to include more experimental details in their papers. Methods in full, February As the research community embraces data sharing, academic journals can do their bit to help. Starting this month, all research papers accepted for publication in Nature and an initial 12 other Nature Research titles will be required to include information on whether and how others can access the underlying data.
Nature Announcement: where are the data? September In our continued drive for reproducibility, Nature and the Nature Research journals are strengthening our editorial links with the journal Scientific Data and enhancing our data-availability practices. Data-access practices strengthened , November Datasets can now be published, shared — and cited — in Scientific Data. Nature Physics.
Data must be accessible to support the conclusions of scientific publications and for the research to have impact.
Nature Genetics. A recent report highlights the urgent issues regarding the preservation of large datasets.
Nature Neuroscience. Ensuring data integrity , October Reference datasets should be accessible independently of scientific papers in a citable form, allowing attribution. Sharing data , November Datasets released to public databases in advance of or with research publications should be given digital object identifiers. Data producers deserve citation credit , October The scientific community needs to develop better incentives to encourage compliance and reward those who share.
Got data? August Procedures for microattribution need to be established by journals and databases. Compete, collaborate, compel , August Nothing to hide data not shown , June Discipline-specific data sets Data from genome-wide association studies should be reported and deposited, even if the data does not reach genome-wide levels of significance.
Asking for more , June Human exome sequencing data should ideally be archived in appropriate repositories before submission and authors must explain their data management plan before peer review. Capture and release , September Proposes a universal tagging system that connects databases with authors.
Nature Biotechnology. Credit where credit is overdue , July Genetically modified mouse strains must be made available. The sharing principle , June Deposition of proteomics data. Thou shalt share your data , March Describing the Nature Research journals' Creative Commons license for genome sequences. Shared genomes , December Scientists coin new terms, or neologisms, at a tremendous pace, but name choice can have unforeseen results. Name that gene! Raw proteomics and molecular interaction data should be deposited in repositories at submission Democratizing proteomics data March , and researchers should embrace minimum information reporting guidelines.
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