29 July 2016

Show Us The Data

It's not science unless you can replicate the experiment!

Refusing to let others see the data nullifies your conclusions!


  1. Note that Peer Review is not a sure-fire way to determine if a study is valid, because there are lots of junk studies that have passed peer review just because of oversight and sensationalism, not to mention the payola schemes uncovered in the East Anglia emails to intentionally put junk studies in peer-review articles.

    Still it takes hard work to skirt past the checks and balances of peer review, so if you're refusing to even submit your "Study" for peer review, I'd say the writing is on the wall.

    1. Releasing the data means that non-peers can also crunch on the conclusion. It's also the best way to show that you're not hiding anything.


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