Aadi Narayana (ORCID ID: 1000-2123-2112-7889) from Brown University submitted a Reuse Instance.
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Join Open Re-use MovementOpen Reuse Movement is an initiative to promote sharing of the individual researchers attempts & experience to reuse or reproduce the published research outputs & recognise their efforts towards facilitating easy reuse & reproducibility of a research output. It also allows researchers to open up & address the challenge irreproducibility in their individual & specific cases.
consider: a protocols journal written like a recipe blog— Kelsey 🏳️🌈⚗️🔬 (@advsinchem) July 19, 2018
just like 1000 words about how nice the weather has been and how you haven't been able to enjoy it because you've been stuck in the lab prepping protein followed by a 1 page protocol with no details
Continuing on lack of experimental details...— Michelle Rogers / @RealScientists (@realscientists) January 8, 2018
I recently asked someone for detailed experimental protocols for something that they had published. They sent me a photocopy of a page of a lab notebook with a few numbers and even less information than in the paper.
Happened to you?
Yes RT @eglerean: Wish for novel experimental paper format: very short intro, extremely detailed methods and results, no discussion.— Andy Woods (@AndyTWoods) October 21, 2014
Reusing/reproducing already published research is an integral part of doing research! Reporting the same would not only tend to enhance reproducibility but also a good means of letting others know, how good you are at bench!
Research begins with Reuse and it has been said that almost 80% of the research that has been published is not easy to reuse/reproduce.
Despite the fact, we never gave up, we hack/troubleshoot and make things reusable for us. Given, these efforts of reuse be shared, we can make science more reproducibel.