Monthly Archives: May 2015

Openness And Anonymity in Peer Review

Originally posted on Adventures in Signal Processing and Open Science:
About a month ago, I attempted to give an overview of a few open review platforms. In relation to that, the question of anonymity of the reviewers came up. I…

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Exposing pricks in the system: an argument for open peer review

Did you know that women, on average, co-author one less paper than men, just as on average, male doctoral students can probably run a mile race a bit faster than female doctoral students? … (and this is the kind of thing … Continue reading

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