Fairness in scientific publishing
作者: Philippa C. Matthews
作者单位: 1Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
2Harris Manchester College, Oxford, UK
3Department of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK
刊名: F1000Research, 2017, Vol.5
来源数据库: F1000 Research Ltd
DOI: 10.12688/f1000research.10318.2
关键词: Academic publishingpeer reviewimpact factormetricsdata visualizationopen access
原始语种摘要: Major changes are afoot in the world of academic publishing, exemplified by innovations in publishing platforms, new approaches to metrics, improvements in our approach to peer review, and a focus on developing and encouraging open access to scientific literature and data. The FAIR acronym recommends that authors and publishers should aim to make their output F indable, A ccessible, I nteroperable and R eusable. In this opinion article, I explore the parallel view that we should take a collective stance on making the dissemination of scientific data fair in the conventional sense, by being mindful of equity and justice for patients, clinicians, academics, publishers, funders and academic institutions. The views I represent are founded on oral and written dialogue with clinicians,...
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关键词翻译
  • scientific 科学
  • publishing 出版工作
  • equity 衡平法
  • metrics 规格
  • economic 经济的
  • making 制定
  • consequence 后承
  • approach 
  • industry 工业
  • review 复审