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How thorough should peer review be?

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There has been some recent discussion concerning the degree of thoroughness in the peer review system. Although this will always vary from reviewer to reviewer guidelines should be able to move the reviewer mean thoroughness.

Chuck thinks that we have been rushing things, i.e. that review is too light:

Chuck Wrote:I figured as much. I'm not in a hurry. I think Emil et al. are rushing these publications as it is. I'm fine with a couple of months, actually. Slow, slow hippo here. I just want to get the process started.


Meng Hu is a very thorough reviewer who replicates the entire analysis that authors submit, it seems. While laudable, it is quite a lot of work, and since reviewers work for free, it can perhaps not be expected of them to do this.

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How thorough should peer review be? - by Emil - 2014-Jul-03, 23:23:42
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Duxide - 2014-Jul-03, 23:28:56
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Philbrick Bastinado - 2014-Jul-04, 21:26:39
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Duxide - 2014-Jul-04, 21:57:09
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Meng Hu - 2014-Jul-09, 16:37:38
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Emil - 2014-Jul-09, 16:48:27
 
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