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Protocols.io Tools for PLOS Authors: Reproducibility and Recognition

Protocols.io Tools for PLOS Authors: Reproducibility and Recognition | Science 2.0 news | Scoop.it

Solutions to the challenges of reproducibility in experimental science should be as diverse as the challenges themselves. Inconsistent reagents, barriers to the open sharing of supporting data, experimental variation that goes unrecorded and researcher’s concerns for lack of recognition and credit for novel and meticulously created experimental methods all contribute to the challenges of reproducibility in biomedical research. PLOS now partners directly with protocols.io to provide authors better ways to share methodological details about their work, practical tools to reduce wasted research efforts and persistent, citable identifiers for laboratory methods. (...) - PLOS Blog, April 5, 2017

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figshare announces new partnership with the Public Library of Science - Digital Science

figshare announces new partnership with the Public Library of Science - Digital Science | Science 2.0 news | Scoop.it

figshare, a community-driven open data project, today announced a new partnership with the Public Library of Science (PLOS) to aid the visualisation of different types of data across the PLOS journals and make the data more widely accessible. figshare will host the supplemental data for all seven PLOS journals, as well as provide a widget that will enable PLOS users to view data in the articles in the browser alongside the content. figshare was founded by Mark Hahnel, and is part of the Digital Science portfolio. (...) - by Kaitlin Thaney, Digital-Science, January 30, 2013

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