This post is based on a short talk I gave at the SpotOn London 2018 conference, and describes six different areas in which scholarly publishers can make practical changes to improve the reliability and reproducibility of published research.
A partnership between Springer Nature and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) is enabling researchers to make their research data more accessible.
Last week we hosted our 5th Better Science through Better Data #scidata18 event at the iconic Natural History Museum in London. Ian Hrynaszkiewicz, Head of Data publishing, Springer Nature said ‘’it was, genuinely, the best one so far''.
To help institutions and libraries understand if and how researchers are sharing data associated with their publications we’ve introduced a new service, Data availability reporting.
The Nature Research journals have taken further steps to promote transparency and reproducibility by making information on the availability of research data within our articles easier to access.
The Wellcome Trust is partnering with Springer Nature on a pilot to help researchers make their research datasets more findable and accessible.
Research Data Support is now available to all authors publishing in Nature Ecology & Evolution.
Poster based on research data whitepaper