Two Manifestos for Better Science

Two new papers urge scientists to make research more reproducible.

First off, Russ Poldrack and colleagues writing in Nature Reviews Neuroscience discuss how to achieve transparent and reproducible neuroimaging research. Neuroimaging techniques, such as fMRI, are enormously powerful tools for neuroscientists but, Poldrack et al. say, they are at risk of “a ‘perfect storm’ of irreproducible results”, driven by the “high dimensionality of fMRI data, the relatively low power of most fMRI

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