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Ten rules for the presentation and interpretation of data in publications

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Science is knowledge gained through repeated observation or experiment. It is communicated through publication of papers in journals. Science can only flourish if journals maintain minimal standards, and papers are read critically. In this talk I will propose ten rules of thumb for the presentation of data in publications that can also be used when interpreting other people’s papers. The talk will be illustrated by numerous examples of papers by high profile researchers in prestigious journals that would only have had some value had they been printed on more absorbent paper with perforated pages

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