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Roger Giner-Sorolla

Thank you Simine! I would add that if Susan's concerns are really about tone, a compromise would be to have an open peer review forum that is moderated only for tone.

But probably there are further lurking issues.

For example, having a file drawer of failed studies without an account for why they failed, not keeping careful records and data sets, not double checking statistics etc., all help you get ahead in publishing but are not really defensible as science. Being asked for these things by individuals where there is no general requirement to provide them in publishing may be seen as unfair. Conversely, if standards are not seen as changing fast enough, this spurs "vigilantes" to action.

Samuel Kazungu Muramba

Good article! Thanks for informing us.

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