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Accessible Reproducible Research

Science  22 Jan 2010:
Vol. 327, Issue 5964, pp. 415-416
DOI: 10.1126/science.1179653

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Summary

Scientific publications have at least two goals: (i) to announce a result and (ii) to convince readers that the result is correct. Mathematics papers are expected to contain a proof complete enough to allow knowledgeable readers to fill in any details. Papers in experimental science should describe the results and provide a clear enough protocol to allow successful repetition and extension.

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