Definition: An umbrella term reflecting the idea that scientific knowledge of all kinds, where appropriate, should be openly accessible, transparent, rigorous, reproducible, replicable, accumulative, and inclusive, all which are considered fundamental features of the scientific endeavour. Open science consists of principles and behaviors that promote transparent, credible, reproducible, and accessible science. Open science has six major aspects: open data, open methodology, open source, open access, open peer review, and open educational resources.
Open Peer Review,
Open Science Practices,
Reproducibility crisis (aka Replicability or replication crisis),
References: Abele-Brehm et al. (2019), Crüwell et al. (2019), Kathawalla et al. (2020), Syed (2019), & Woelfe et al. (2011)
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