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  1. Scientific Publishing: Transparent reporting of research results in eLife

    M Dawn Teare
    Manuscripts should include all the experimental and statistical details that are needed to replicate the experiments and analyses reported in them.
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  2. Launch Binder

    Integrating Binder and Stencila – the building blocks to increased open communication and transparency

    Find out how this new project can help researchers communicate their work openly, collaborate with other scientists and ensure the high quality and transparency of their workflow and findings.
  3. Increasing transparency in eLife’s review process

    At eLife, we think openness and transparency help to encourage more constructive behaviours, so we've investigated ways we can be more open in the peer-review process.
  4. Webinar Report: Transforming data visualisation to improve transparency and reproducibility

    Help others to understand your research and make your results standout by learning how to make your figures more informative.
  5. eLife will publish authors’ Transparent Reporting Form beginning this summer

    Completed at full submission, the form provides detailed information to facilitate the interpretation and replication of experiments.
  6. For authors: eLife promotes rigour and transparency with Key Resources Tables

    eLife now encourages authors to include a Key Resources Table in the Materials and Methods section of their papers.
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    A transparent record of life after publication

    Showcasing Crossref Event Data and the importance of understanding what lies beneath the data.
    1. Human Biology and Medicine

    Meta-Research: Why we need to report more than 'Data were Analyzed by t-tests or ANOVA'

    Tracey L Weissgerber et al.
    Many papers in basic biomedical science do not contain the information that is needed to determine what statistical tests were used and to verify the results of these tests.
  8. Peer Review: Decisions, decisions

    Peter Rodgers
    Journals are exploring new approaches to peer review in order to reduce bias, increase transparency and respond to author preferences.
  9. Scientific Publishing: The eLife approach to peer review

    Randy Schekman et al.
    All editorial decisions at eLife are taken by working scientists in a process that emphasizes fairness, speed and transparency.
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