Making Science Transparent By Default


Promoting Transparency Practices and Diminishing Journal Impact Factor Co-hosts: Health Research Alliance, Laura and John Arnold Foundation, and National Academy of Sciences Funded by the National Institute of Aging Overview The purpose of this meeting is to define a strategy and product to meet two seemingly distinct goals: 1) Promote publishing and grant-making policy adoption to increase tran...


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  • Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines

    The Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Committee met in November 2014 to address one important element of the incentive systems - journals’ pro...

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  • Making Science Transparent By Default; Introducing the TOP Statement

    Aalbersberg, Appleyard, Brookhart & 41 more
    In order to increase the replicability of scientific work, the scientific community has called for practices designed to increase the transparency of ...

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