[open-science] Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines published
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On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 9:59 PM, Sara Bowman <sara at cos.io> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Excited to announce the publication of the Transparency and Openness
> Promotion (TOP) guidelines in Science Magazine today:
> The TOP Guidelines are the result of work by a diverse group of
> researchers, journal editors, funders, and society leaders. The purpose of
> the TOP Guidelines is to provide templates of policies and procedures that
> journals can adopt to encourage greater transparency and reproducibility of
> research in the published record. The Guidelines are modular and have
> multiple levels so that journals can adopt part or all of the standards,
> and can select a level of stringency that is most appropriate for them.
> This simultaneously provides flexibility and offers the benefits of
> So far, there are 110+ journals and 35+ organizations as signatories.
> Signatories express support for the principles of transparency, openness
> and reproducibility in science, and journal signatories have committed to
> conducting a full review for potential adoption within the next year. The
> full list of signatories and more information is available at
> Sara Bowman, PhD
> Project Manager
> Center for Open Science <http://www.cos.io>
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