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## Funder Policies ## The following polices from public and private funding agencies include language about data, materials, or code sharing, reporting guidelines, preregistration, or replication. | Funder | Type of Policy | | ------ | ---------- | | Cancer Research UK | [Partnership with Nicotine and Tobacco Research for Registered Reports][1] | | Global Research Awards for Nicotine Dependence | [Partnership with Nicotine and Tobacco Research for Registered Reports][2] | | Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) | [Partnership with PLOS ONE for Registered Reports][3] | | Arnold Ventures | [Open data, materials, code, and preregistration requirements][4] | | Packard Foundation | [Disclosure of open practices such as data sharing or preregistration][5] | | The National Institutes of Health | [Guidelines on Rigor and Reproducibility][6] and [reporting preprints and preregistrations as interim research outputs][7] | | The National Institute for Health Research in the UK | [Requires that systematic review protocols are registered prior to conducting the review][8] | | National Science Foundation | [Data sharing guidelines][9], [Replication studies for the Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE) Directorate][10] | |Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education with the NSF | [Companion Guidelines on Replication & Reproducibility in Education Research][11] plus [likely RFP for direct replication studies][12] | | Institute of Education Sciences | [Standards for Excellence in Education Research][13] | | Templeton World Charity Foundation | [Adversarial Collaboration and Registered Reports for Accelerating Research on Consciousness][14] | | Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation | [Ask applicants how data, materials, or protocols have been openly shared beyond "being available upon request" in the Resource Sharing Form][15] | | ILSI North America | [Pilot program to require data, materials, and code transparency and to verify preregistered research][16] | | The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) | [Funding for direct replications][17] | | Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality | [Data sharing requirements][18] |Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) | [Data sharing and preregistration requirements][19] | |The Howard Hughes Medical Institute | [Data sharing and open access requirements][20] | | The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council | [Data sharing disclosure requirements][21] | | Wellcome Trust |[Data sharing requirements][22] | |Research Councils UK | [Recommendations for data sharing][23] | | FWF (Austrian Science Foundation) | [Open data and open access requirements][24] | | Canadian government | [Principles of open data in research and government][25] | | The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation | [Data sharing mandate and funded open access mandate][26] | | Belmont Forum | [Open Data Policy][27]: Findable, Accessible, Understandable, and Manageable | | Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences (SAHS) | [Funding of Platinum Open Access journals in the Social Sciences and Humanities][28] | ---------- This [Author Compliance Tool by Wiley][29] includes funder policies for data sharing and preprints. [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]: [15]: [16]: [17]: [18]: [19]: [20]: [21]: [22]: [23]: [24]: [25]: [26]: [27]: [28]: [29]:
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