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<p>This hackathon at APS2019 DC aimed to summarize questions, resources, benefits, and challenges when reviewing papers from an open science perspective. For example, should I sign my reviews? What are potential benefits and downsides? Should I ask authors for code and data, and if so, how do I best do that? Is there a catalogue of other questions that I should keep in mind when reviewing </p> <p>We ended up with two products: </p> <p>(1) A general resource list: <a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1j5UCaujuro5mUaMvTlACDlCNelRl9hDKCKEVytwRUyo/edit" rel="nofollow">https://docs.google.com/document/d/1j5UCaujuro5mUaMvTlACDlCNelRl9hDKCKEVytwRUyo/edit</a></p> <p>(2) A detailed plan to set up a website to facilitate reviews from an open science perspective: <a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GPrXJG3RWK69jRXVUFe3nJMmfWFS0NnSVMDLNeeJF6s/edit#heading=h.19zy8s28lury" rel="nofollow">https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GPrXJG3RWK69jRXVUFe3nJMmfWFS0NnSVMDLNeeJF6s/edit#heading=h.19zy8s28lury</a></p>
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