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@[toc](Resources for Implementing TOP) ## TOP Checklists ## - Checklists for an editor verifying an author submission ([level 1][1]; [mixed levels][2]) - Checklist for an author submitting to a TOP signatory journal ([level 1][3]) - [Suggested tools and checklists][4] in ecology and evolution. ## Data Reproducibility Policies ## The following **16** journals use shared data and code to reproduce the computational findings reported in articles prior to publication. **This represents level 3 of the TOP Guidelines for Data, Materials, and Code.** - The nine journals of the [American Economic Association][5] - Author instructions and guidance available [here][6] - [American Journal of Political Science][7] - [Biostatistics][8] - [Journal of Experimental Political Science][9] - [Journal of Peace Research][10] - [Meta-Psychology][11] - [Organic Syntheses][12] - [Quarterly Journal of Political Science][13] ## Data Sharing: Practices and Repositories ## - [Data Authorship as an Incentive to Data Sharing][14] - De-Identification - [De-identification Guidelines for Structured Data][15] - [Anonymisation Decision-making Framework][16] - Data Repositories - [COPDESS][17] Directory of Data Repositories - [Re3Data][18] Registry of Research Data Repositories - [Data-PASS][19] - [Dryad][20] - [Figshare][21] - [OAD][22] (Open Access Data Repositories) - [OSF][23] - Nature Scientific Data, recommended [repositories][24] ## Reporting Guidelines ## - See the [Open Science Literature][25] for research on the effectiveness of reporting guidelines. Our recommended best practice is to include items deemed essential into the article submission process. - See the [Equator Network][26] for a large, searchable collection of reporting guidelines. ### Community Created Guidelines ### - [CONSORT][27] (Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials) - For meta-analysis: [PRISMA][28] or [AMSTAR][29] - [NIH Reporting Guidelines By Organization][30] - Consolidated criteria for reporting qualitative research (COREQ): a 32-item checklist for interviews and focus groups [COREQ][31] - STrengthening the Reporting of OBservational studies in Epidemiology ([STROBE][32]) - An Updated List of Essential Items for Reporting Diagnostic Accuracy Studies ([STARD][33]) - [Experimental design and analysis and their reporting: new guidance for publication in BJP][34] - [ARRIVE][35] (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) - [TIDieR-PHP: a reporting guideline for population health and policy interventions][36] - [Standardization in Metabolomics Experiments][37] - Minimum Information for reporting: - Proteomics Experiments ([MIAPE][38]) - Genotyping Experiments ([MIGen][39]) - Flow Cytometry Experiments ([MIFlowCyt][40]) - Minimal Information About T cell Assays ([MIATA][41] project) - Quantitative Real-Time PCR Experiments ([MIQE][42]) - RNAi Experiment ([MIARE][43]) - [BRISQ][44] (Biospecimen reporting for improved study quality) - [Citation of Bioresources in Journal Articles (CoBRA)][45] ### Journal and Society Created Guidelines ### - From Cell Press: Structured, Transparent, Accessible Reporting (STAR) guidelines from Cell Press: [Website][46], [Methods Guide][47], and the [Key Resources Table][48] - American Psychological Association: Journal Article Reporting Standards ([JARS][49] 2018 Update; [JARS][50] 2008) - BioMedCentral's [Minimum Standards of Reporting Checklist][51] - [Guidelines for Reporting Quantitative Methods and Results in Primary Research][52] at Language Learning - [Reporting Guidelines for Experimental Research: A Report from the Experimental Research Section Standards Committee][53] of the American Political Science Association - Association for Psycholgical Science's [reporting guidelines][54] - Journal of Experimental Social Psychology [reporting guidelines][55] - Journal of Neuroscience [Policy on Reporting Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis][56] - [Reporting Checklist for Life Sciences Articles][57] at Nature Publishing Group - [eLife's Transparent Reporting form][58] - Biophysical Journal's [Guidelines for the Reproducibility of Biophysics Research][59] - [A checklist for writing up research reports][60] in the journal Addiction - PLOS One's [Reporting Guidelines for Specific Study Types][61] ## Registries ## - [American Economics Association RCT Registry][62] - [ClinicalTrials.gov][63] - [EGAP][64] (Evidence in Governance and Politics) - [OSF][65] - [PROSPERO][66] International prospective register of systematic reviews - [Research Registry][67] - [RIDIE][68] (Registry for International Development Impact Evaluations) - [Registry of Efficacy and Effectiveness Studies][69] in education ## Editorials announcing TOP ## - [Association for Psychological Society][70] - [Ecology Letters][71] - [Experimental Psychology][72] - [International Journal of Primatology][73] - Journal of Research in Personality ([preprint][74]) - [Nature][75] - [Royal Society Open Science][76] - [Science][77] - [Survey Research Methods][78] ## Examples of author guidelines using TOP ## - [Science][79] | AAAS - [Brain and Behavior][80] | Wiley - [Collabra][81] | UC Press - [Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology][82] | APA - [Journal of Cognition][83] | Ubiquity Press - [Nicotine & Tobacco Research][84] | Oxford University Press - [Evolution and Human Behavior][85] | Elsevier ---------- ## Disclosure Statements ## ### Data, Materials, and Code Disclosures ### | Type of Disclosure | Example Language | | ------ | ---------- | | Data created for the study are available in a persistent repository. | All data and materials have been made publicly available at the [repository name] and can be accessed at [persistent URL or DOI] | | Anonymized data created for the study are available in a persistent repository. | Anonymized data and materials have been made publicly available at the [repository name] and can be accessed at [persistent URL or DOI] | | Some data available | In order to minimize the possibility of unintentionally sharing information that can be used to re-identify private information, a subset of the data generated for this study are available at [repository name] and can be accessed at [persistent URL or DOI] | | Data available upon request from a third party | Because of the sensitive nature of the data collected for this study, requests to access the dataset from qualified researchers trained in human subject confidentiality protocols may be sent to [name of organization] at [contact information]. | ---------- Other examples of data disclosure statements - [The Impact on Authors and Editors of Introducing Data Availability Statements at Nature Journals][86] - [Nature Research][87] - [American Geophysical Union][88] ---------- ### Preregistration of Study or Analysis Plan Disclosure ### | Type of Disclosure | Example Language | | ------ | ---------- | | Both the study and analysis plan were preregistered | This paper reports the results of [N] preregistered studies with complete analysis plans. The preregistration(s) can be accessed at [persistent URL]. We certify that the results of all preregistered analyses are reported, and that any unregistered analyses are clearly indicated as being [unregistered, exploratory, hypothesis-generating]. | | The study was preregistered without an analysis plan | This paper reports the results of [N] preregistered studies, which can be accessed at [name of repository] here [persistent URL or DOI]. | | No preregistration | No preregistration exists for the reported studies reported in this article. | ---------- ## Persistent Identifiers ## - [ARK][89] (Archival Resource Key) - [DOI][90] (Digitial Object Identifier) - [IGSN][91] (International Geo Sample Number) - [RRIDs][92] (Research Resource Identifiers) - [PURL][93] (Persistent Uniform Resource Locators) Please contact us if you would like to add to this list: contact@cos.io [1]: https://osf.io/hcnme/ [2]: https://osf.io/87v93/ [3]: https://osf.io/55eu7/ [4]: https://osf.io/y8aqx/ [5]: https://www.aeaweb.org/journals/data [6]: 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