The Open Research Checklist is designed to serve as a guide for NTU researchers who wish to make practical changes in order to make their scientific process and research outputs more transparent, inclusive and accessible.
The checklist consists of a series of questions and suggestions. It can be used as a precursor for discussion and a means to inspire future action.
We welcome comments and suggestions. Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Version 1 (2023)
Open Methods require the public availability of detailed documentation of the processes, procedures and materials used in a research investigation.
Open Data refers to the public availability and reusability of that scientific data.
"Open Code refers to custom, author-generated code used in a scientific research study... and subsequently made publicly available under an Open Access license via a linked repository, or as Supporting Information." (PLOS)
Adapted in 2022 by Mr NAH Hui Kang Christopher, School of Biological Sciences, Nanyang Technological University.
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