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The primary thing, as I see it, is that other researchers get the specific datafiles used in the study, so that they can replicate the analyses. Compare it with mathematics. Imagine mathematicians publishing papers without the equations or steps, but merely talking about them, perhaps reporting that they contain an average of 5.5 terms per equation. It's preposterous.

One might also criticize that we have been relying on SPSS files, a proprietary program. However, just pirating the software solves this problem. I also think many free programs can only SPSS files (not sure, does anyone know?).

I'm curious to hear what the reviewers think. They are, after all, those putting in the work for the journal.
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Data sharing policy - by Emil - 2014-Apr-08, 16:55:09
RE: Data sharing: before or after publication? - by Duxide - 2014-Apr-08, 18:57:04
RE: Data sharing: before or after publication? - by Emil - 2014-Apr-09, 06:42:11
RE: Data sharing: before or after publication? - by Duxide - 2014-Apr-09, 08:09:23
RE: Data sharing: before or after publication? - by Emil - 2014-Apr-09, 09:51:15
RE: Data sharing: before or after publication? - by Duxide - 2014-Apr-09, 09:59:21
RE: Data sharing policy - by Meng Hu - 2014-May-12, 02:43:04
RE: Data sharing policy - by Emil - 2014-May-09, 15:13:54
RE: Data sharing policy - by csdunkel - 2014-May-10, 15:46:04
RE: Data sharing policy - by Emil - 2014-May-10, 18:40:31
RE: Data sharing policy - by Emil - 2014-May-10, 20:32:49
RE: Data sharing policy - by Emil - 2014-May-12, 03:13:24
RE: Data sharing policy - by Meng Hu - 2014-May-12, 16:10:10
RE: Data sharing policy - by Emil - 2014-May-30, 21:58:51
RE: Data sharing policy - by Meng Hu - 2014-Jun-01, 01:33:56
RE: Data sharing policy - by Emil - 2014-Jun-02, 01:45:09
 
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