PRO (peer review openness) initiative
Definition: The agreement made by several academics that they will not provide a peer review of a manuscript unless certain conditions are met. Specifically, the manuscript authors should ensure the data and materials will be made publically available (or give a justification as to why they are not freely available or shared), provide documentation detailing how to interpret and run any files or code and detail where these files can be located via the manuscript itself.
Non-anonymised peer review,
Open Peer Review,
Transparent peer review
Reference: Morey et al. (2016)
Drafted and Reviewed by: Jamie P. Cockcroft, Sarah Ashcroft-Jones, Mahmoud Elsherif, Helena Hartmann, Steven Verheyen
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