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    Gerd Moe-Behrens said:

    Great post. Thx. Interesting way of working.I found especially two citations interesting “I am an open notebook scientist, which simply means that I share all of my research online in an open format in real-time.” and “Unfortunately most of that data doesn’t make it to publication. On top of that many researchers have small side projects that may never get published nor will the data that is acquired from those projects. And that doesn’t include failed experiments.” Both direct dynamic publishing and unblushing of negative data have the potential to speed up the discovery process. One get quick access to new data and can rapid discuss them in a social context. An immediate feed back from the community is possible, which could help to increase the quality of the experiments, get ideas for follow ups, and make potentially collaborators interested. Negative data might help to circumvent unnecessary experiments.

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