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It's easy to include broader impacts in your research with the "coding for broader impact" framework developed by students @TempleUniv in @ESAFrontiers (1/4)…
#DataScience #coding #ClimateCrisis #Sustainability #environmental #RStats
Coding for broader impact addresses key challenges to effective public communication by developing personalized stakeholder reports along side tasks needed for publishing a paper (2/4) #publicspeaking #STEMeducation #peerreview #science #publishorperish
The #rstats coding for broader impact workflow is in this repository (3/4)
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I recently had a paper accepted. As a researcher of 10+ years, I've been lucky to have a lot of work published. Through this, I've participated in lots of peer review.

Today I'd love to take you through an example of how not to do #PeerReview. 1/x
I'm used to constructive criticism and feedback. I'm very used to rejection as well. I experience it on both side as both a researcher and an associate editor. But there is a good way to go about it.

This example involved a paper with five colleagues, but also four trainees. 2/x
Trainees where this was their first experience in academic writing, publishing, and peer review. They worked with us on a research rotation experience. Let's keep that in mind as we explore this review. 3/x
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Après avoir un peu récupéré de l'intense session d'approbation du résumé pour décideurs du rapport du groupe III du #GIEC, je voudrais partager quelques réflexions.

D'abord, sur le contexte de ce rapport.
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C'est un rapport préparé depuis 3 ans par 278 scientifiques de 65 pays différents.
Voici la liste des auteurs du rapport, avec une diversité d'affiliations (la plupart du secteur académique, quelques uns d'entreprises privées et d'ONG) :…
Pour chaque scientifique, vous pouvez d'ailleurs accéder facilement à leur liste de publications dans les journaux scientifiques, par exemple via
Cela permet de différencier une personnalité qui exprime une opinion d'un travail scientifique (peer-review)
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The massive amount of positive attention that our article has been getting has forced me to reflect a bit on the process of getting this thing published

This has by far been the hardest paper to get published in my career to date…

A boring thread:
I first presented this work at @SEBiology back in 2019 in Seville - what a brilliant conference

Photo credit: @Craig_R_White
Soon after, we submitted (a much shorter version of) this paper to Nature as a Comment - after a month and a half, the paper was desk rejected
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Tips for authors and publishers to foster interaction with #OAbooks – a weekly COPIM 🧵 series

Chapter 1️⃣: open #annotation can enrich a document by enabling multifaceted conversation between a text and its audience.

Kicking off this showcase with @hypothes_is – this #opensource project has evolved out of years of work undertaken in conjunction with the @w3c Web Annotation WG, and is nowadays featured in a variety of #openpublishing & #openeducation projects. #socialannotation

On a 🛠 technical level, a provision of plugins helps with the integration of functionality in a variety of platforms such as @WordPress, @omeka, or @pkp's Open Monograph System - platforms that are also used for #OAbook publishing

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#MedStudents, #Residents, #Fellows, and #Research Trainees - I recently had both a resident and fellow ask me how I got involved in research and published when I was a #trainee. I thought I would share my tips and advice in this thread. #MedTwitter #ACGME #MedStudentTwitter
1. Ask yourself👉what you want from this? To pursue research as career? To boost application for #residency #fellowship #employment? To get a recommendation letter? Regardless, aim for #publication (most value). Conference talks are cool, but publications stay on CV forever!
2. Basic science research=⬆️time+lab training vs clinical research. Study designs: RCTs, prospective, retrospective, case reports, review papers. Publishing case reports+review papers are most feasible endeavors during training! Best way to boost #publication numbers.
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Peer review and accepting constructive feedback is critical in research; however, criticizing someone's work to everyone BUT them is not peer review. If you don't suspect something strongly enough to tell the author, you shouldn't be saying it. It's unprofessional and toxic.
Whatever our work is, it's not about us, but contributing to something bigger than ourselves. We should want our contribution to be as valuable as possible. Feedback gets you there. Toxic behaviors don't. People can't fix something they can't see. Tell them.
If you have a concern, voice it. Explain your rationale; support it. Don't be vague. "Well, I don't really get it," or "your study has problems," are both useless except for hurting people who have done nothing but try to contribute. That's a vulnerable position. Be better.
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1/9 Identification of "meaningful change" is a key area when working w patient-reported outcomes. Nevertheless, this seems to be another area of applied #psychometrics / #statistics where rituals may have replaced understanding & deliberate practice.

🧵 w some QLR-promotion😊😅
2/9 w QLR's special issue on "Methodologies & Considerations for Meaningful Change" (under #peerreview) we wanted to initiate a more deliberate approach, now rolled out to any paper submitted aiming to make a methodological contribution to this area👇

#Epistemology #Ontology Image
3/9 An area of concern are discussions around different indices, in particular for classifying intra-individual change: depending on interpretation/ use case, they are all likely not appropriate as they are based on between-indiv variation.

Progress is then not even incremental.
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Want to know how best to respond to Journal #peerreview? This thread will show you my 12 Golden Rules based on my experience as an Editor, Reviewer and publishing my own articles #AcademicChatter #phdchat #phdforum

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“email chain shows editor Shan Lu telling two of the authors he would share a “secret” with them — that Taylor & Francis could become “very suspicious” when he pushed “a super fast review and accept (basically no review)”.” #OriginsOfCovid #PeerReview…
We now have at least 2 virologists, who published anti-lab origin articles in top scientific journals, deleting their Twitter accounts after emails implicating them were FOI’ed by @USRightToKnow and @BuzzFeed

This does not inspire trust in science. It’s a loss for humanity.
I don’t know what other scientists think while observing this pattern of scientists having conflicting public and private opinions about the possibility of SARS2 having come from a lab, engineered or not.

For me, it’s discouraging. The scientific gatekeeping system is corrupt.
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Harald Walach, a German parapsychologist, has published two high-impact peer-reviewed papers exaggerating the risks of COVID vaccines & of wearing masks. Very dangerous.

Closed, one-pass #peerreview fails at modern scales of paper production & disinformation propagation. /1
The first paper, discouraging vaccinations, was published in _Vaccines_.

It was retracted, five editors resigned, and Walach's university ended his appointment for potentially 'lead[ing] to public harm', but not before the paper got 500,000 views.…
The 2d paper, discouraging masking for children, was published in @JAMAPediatrics. It had fatal flaws in theory, design, & data gathering; and (again) drew conclusions that could lead to public harm.

It has 550,000 views, + has not yet been retracted. /3
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Vaccination (COVID) et Leucémie : a #thread
#Disclamer avant de commencer : je ne suis pas un professionnel de la santé. Je ne suis pas infirmier, ni encore moins médecin.
Juste prof d’informatique en lycée (et — au stage de fin d’études près [#harcelement] — ingénieur en EII, donc scientifique, bien que n’étant pas chercheur ou universitaire).
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Just got to read through the pre-print of COVAXIN phase 3 trial. Yes, it's reassuring that the efficacy against symptomatic COVID-19 is 77.8% and over 65% Delta variant. But, as a reader, I always wish to review through the methodology before interpreting the results (1/n)
Authors have defined symptomatic COVID-19 case as presence of at least two of the selected symptoms. It was not clear from the article whether an individual with only one symptom and tested positive was included in the analysis. Also, no definition given for severe COVID-19 (2/n)
It was not clear why only one Nasopharyngeal swab was taken among symptomatic individuals. Will both of these affect study result? It may affect. The study reports higher CT value in vaccine group. In that case, there may be lesser chance of detecting the virus among (3/n)
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1/ Joining some wonderful people from what I am seeing as a diverse group of researchers at the #EditorialBoard of @PLOSGPH; journal has given itself the tall order of “addresses inequities in public health and makes impactful research accessible to all… (1/n) #Threads
2/ In words of @paimadhu "the journal will amplify the voices of underrepresented and historically excluded communities and prioritize equity, diversity, and inclusion at all levels"; I am highly skeptical of this,
3/ yet I am thrilled that a #PublicHealth journal would give itself such a vision; #Knowledge #Science #Evidence all reproduce the same kind of social hierarchies that drive unfair accumulation of resources in our society
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Es gibt aber noch jede Menge anderer Gelegenheiten, Gutachten zu verfassen, z.B. für zur Veröffentlichung vorgesehene Publikationen. Das können ganze Bücher sein - in den Genuss kommt man als Reihenherausgeber*in (ich bin in drei Editorial Boards), Beiträge in Sammelbänden oder
Artikel für Zeitschriften. Begutachtet wird #doubleblind (Gutachter*in und Autor*innen werden nicht benannt), #singleblind (Gutachter*in weiß, wer der*die Verfasser*innen sind - so ist das übrigens auch bei Drittmittelanträgen) und #open #PeerReview (beide Seiten wissen
voneinander). Weil @ferdinandsnotes, @mdanganh und ich nicht nur unsere Leidenschaft für #Medienlinguistik teilen, sondern auch unsere Faible für Transparenz, haben wir vor drei Jahren das @jfml_journal gegründet. Das Bild zeigt das Logo der...
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Wieso ist #PeerReview eigentlich so verlernt worden??
#PLURV //Thread 🧵//
Herr @ChanasitJonas bezieht sich auf die Stellungnahme der #DGPI& #DGKH,die schon bzgl. des angeblichen Österreichischen Erfolgs so danebengelegen haben.…
Schauen wir Details an:
1. DGPI beziehen sich auf die _Gesamtheit_ der "Kinder und Jugendlichen", nicht auf die Infizierten. Und dazu _schätzen_ sie deren Zahl aber nur.

Click zum @destatis unterbleibt genauso, wie Hinweis, dass diese aber eben noch nicht infiziert waren.…
2. Da sich deren hauseigene Survey auf "Kinder & Jugendliche 0-19 Jahre" bezieht, sollte man auch deren Zahl korrekt angeben:
15,3 Mio sind es sogar (link oben).
9% Unterschied - guter Start.
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#GeoffreyMiller is at it again. Making wild and entirely wrong pronouncements about diversity practices in current academic work, well-directed to his easily outraged anti-academic and/or reactionary audience.
Let's fact-checked (or: #peerreview) his tweet.

1. Yes, many job applications are now required to include a diversity statement.

2. No, they don't have to say *anything* about critical race theory.

3. Neither do they ask to "pledge their support" to any other tenet or theory.
4. Holy hell, no, a diversity statement is NOT compelled speech.

5. Being required to submit application documents for a university job violates the First Amendment? Ha ha ha ha ha. What a hilariously absurd claim.
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Diversity and fairness in peer review require non academic peer reviewers. @CSRpeerreview
Women, esp. minority women, report a higher threshold for establishing credibility amongst their peers per Dr. Byrnes. Dr. Byrnes commented that this is sad, and I totally agree.
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65.089 #Tote in den letzten 5 Monaten.
Schon davon wären Tausende #verhinderbar gewesen.
Ich ziehe meine persönliche Grenze zwischen 2.& #DritteWelle bei Stand heute 74.964 #Verstorbenen
Am 15.6.werden dort mindestens100.000 ausgelöschte Leben stehen, eher mehr➡️ Image
Die Entscheidungen der #MPK gestern zeigen einmal mehr, dass man keine #WissenschaftsbasiertePolitik mehr betreibt.

Die #Prognosen im Januar waren schlimm - werden aber noch übertroffen: Noch schneller, noch höher.

#HalbherzigReichtNichtMehr #ErnsthafterLockdown
„Die Maßnahmen werden nur immer schlimmer und immer teurer, weil die Ausgangslage immer schlechter ist.“
Michael Meyer-Hermann vom @Helmholtz_HZI in den @tagesthemen bei @CarenMiosga
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Während Herr @ChanasitJonas die Stellungnahme der #DGPI, u.a. @HuebnerJohannes, einfach unreflektiert übernimmt, möchte ich hier an seiner statt das #PeerReview übernehmen.
⏩//Kurzer Thread, warum Schlussfolgerung #falsch//⏩
#SchulenKitasZU #WirSindDortmund
Die Stellungnahme erscheint am 14.3. - verwendet aber Daten der österreichischen Tests, die schon drei Wochen alt sind.
Es werden weder die aktuellen Inzidenzen von Kindern und Jugendlichen in Österreich verwendet, noch irgendwie darauf hingewiesen, dass es sich um die erste➡️ Image
Woche handelt, in der wieder mehr Unterricht dran ist.
Die Teststrategie wird zwar erwähnt (immer am ersten Tag), aber nicht in Zusammenhang gebracht.
Das einzige, was die Ergebnisse zeigen, ist:
Die Ausgangslage der Schulöffnungen, aber beileibe nicht den Effekt.➡️ Image
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