July 10, 2011

Another example of why research should be reproducible.

How Bright Promise in Cancer Testing Fell Apart

via nytimes.com

If only the original journal had made them submit their data and source code for peer inspection. It wouldn’t stop this kind of thing happening but it would make it less likely and mistakes could be spotted more quickly.


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