I feel like so little studies actually have the reproduction step.
cross-posted from: > Reproducibility is an important aspect of science; reproducibility allows for alternate viewpoints; improvements in the referrant study; and verification that the referrant study is actually possible. > > It could just be my perspective when reading studies; but I'm not seeing much scientists actively attempt to reproduce the result of the referrant study. > > EDIT: or I'm just not seeing it somehow.

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