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No more excuses for non-reproducible methods

Lenny Teytelman

Online technologies make it easy to share precise experimental protocols — and doing so is essential to modern science, says Lenny Teytelman.

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[...] Protocols — precise step-by-step recipes for repeating experiments — are missing from published research more often than not, and even the original researchers can have trouble pinpointing particulars years later. [...] But the gap between meticulous methods and adequate description remains. To fill it, efforts must start at the bench, well before results are ready to be written up. Lab members and lab heads should be on the lookout for tools that facilitate tracking, and be willing to give them a try. And decisions about how to document and share methods should be made when researchers are designing their experiments, not when they are writing their manuscripts. [...]


Nature, Vol. 560, No. 7719. (22 August 2018), pp. 411-411, https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-018-06008-w 
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