Preprints are exploding as a way of publishing research early for feedback before you submit to a journal for peer review. Here's some info on how to get the most out of your submission.
On May 25, 2018, extensive changes in EU data protection law (General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR) go into effect. We are using this opportunity to make improvements for all users, not just those in EU.
I tell researchers that preregistration means putting your research plan in a public repository before you run the study and that the benefits of preregistration depend directly on how much information you put into it.
You can now embed OSF project files and images inline to make your wiki entries more readable, informative, and collaborative.
One of the most frequently asked questions we received about preregistration is “how do I preregister this complex study that will result in many different publications?”
A network of preregistration-savvy Ambassadors has been formed to help others who wish to try out preregistration but aren’t sure how to get started.
A new service called EarthArXiv, provides free, open access, open source archives for the earth sciences. It's been a community effort from the start.
We show you the path towards a smooth and successful preregistration.
This week’s release of the Bitbucket add-on to the Open Science Framework (osf.io) provides OSF users with a way to cite, browse, and register their code on Atlassian’s Bitbucket cloud Git repository right from inside their OSF projects.
Current positions are here.