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I think research design is just as important. There are programs in specific disciplines that can extract and simulate data from p-values alone if statistical methods are accurately reported. I'm of the opinion a unified interdisciplinary approach in data dissemination and automatic transference of data from different designs may benefit when reproducing. I can think of numerous legal, ethical, redundancy, and other problematic data issues when mandating data publishing regulations/archiving like identifers (JDDCP alone) while bypassing the practicalities of designing and recording data. Good if there were examples of how this accessibility approach benefits a specific research community.
Cheers. Driving integrity in researchers by branding them good or evil based on citing data or not.. may not fare well. If top down then perhaps do with less trumpets and more pragmatism. I'm not yet seeing the direct connection between citing data e.g. landing page/intext data citations and accessing/sharing data.. but it sounds like the early stages in need of evidence-based policy implements beyond initial expert consensus. Citing data may not necessarily mean accessing data. I think this distinction is very important. I hope it all goes well though. Data transparency of any sort can't be a bad thing.
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