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Scientific Journal To Require 'Reproducibility' In Science Papers

Scientific Journal To Require 'Reproducibility' In Science Papers
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The journal Nature is going to begin requiring reproducibility in submitted papers | Watts Up With That?

From the Journal of Irreproducible Science – over 2/3s of researchers say they are unable to replicate study results WUWT Reader “QQBoss” writes: The BBC reports (shockingly), that the journal Nature is going to begin requiring a reproducibility checklist of authors, based on a survey performed last year where at least 70% of respondents (self-selected,…

In the face of the hockey shticks, 97%s, and PAL reviews, combined with researchers refusing to release data "because you want to find fault with it" or just handing their hard drives over to their dogs to chew on, what percentage of AGW-related studies should be listed as unreplicable, perhaps even nonredeemable?

Has Nature thought through the implications of what they are suggesting for a significant amount of the papers they have pushed through that under tougher (aka more meaningful) standards would never have seen the light of day?

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