Improving the peer-review process and editorial quality: key errors escaping the review and editorial process in top scientific journals

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Margalida, Antoni; Colomer, M. Àngels (Maria Àngels);
(2016)

We apply a novel mistake index to assess trends in the proportion of corrections published between 1993 and 2014 in Nature, Science and PNAS. The index revealed a progressive increase in the proportion of corrections published in these three highquality journal... View more
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