Sean Grant and Kathryn E. Bouskill

Open science involves the use of practices across the research life cycle that facilitate the transparency, reproducibility, and availability of scientific products and output. Prominent open science practices include registration of study protocols and preanalysis plans; materials, data, and code sharing; and publication of summary findings in open access outlets (1). To achieve openness as the default approach, initiatives are trying to use a systems approach to engage stakeholders — namely, scientific journals, funding agencies, and professional societies (2, 3). …

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

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