Use ‘4Rs’ criteria to assess papers
Pagan, Adrian & Torgler, Benno (2015) Use ‘4Rs’ criteria to assess papers. Nature, 522, p. 34.
We propose a '4R' approach to assessing reported research, underpinned by statistical rigour (see J. T. Leek and R. D. Peng Nature 520, 612; 2015). These 4Rs denote reproduction, replication, robustness and revelation...
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