A Publisher’s View of Open Research


Editor’s Note: This is a version of a presentation given at the American Statistical Association 2023 IDEA Forum.


Can you trust what you read? While it is well documented that different media can be economical with the truth, you can trust peer-reviewed research, right? The answer is “maybe.” Increasingly, studies and surveys show academics regularly have issues when trying to reproduce the results of both their own and other academics’ research. This has implications for how researchers view and use academic work and the trust the public has in science and research.

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