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Building Open Research - One Checklist at a Time

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posted on 2020-10-28, 20:37 authored by Richard WynneRichard Wynne

Scholarly research advances by making, evaluating and building-on attributable “assertions”.

The most comprehensive way to register research assertions is by publishing articles in peer review journals; and this remains the “gold standard” for research progress.

However, traditional forms of publication can now be supplemented with more dynamic and nimble approaches that are based on the publication of granular assertions. Such assertions are equally attributable but offer significant advantages in terms of speed, cost, and flexibility.

Leveraging the PID (persistent identifier) and metadata scholarly infrastructure, Rescognito makes available free open research checklists.

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