Is there bias in editorial choice? Yes

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Moustafa, Khaled;
(2018)
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Nature has recently published a Correspondence claiming the absence of fame biases in the editorial choice. The topic is interesting and deserves a deeper analysis than it was presented because the reported brief analysis and its conclusion are somewhat biased for many ... View more
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