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Add your answer below. We're giving away the new PeerJ T-shirts all week for the best answers.
Open Access means free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research, and the right...

["Open Access","OAWeek","quotes"]
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Convincing undergraduate students to publish in open access or open science journals is not easy, as they don't always understand the issues involved. How do other lecturers approach this situation?

["undergraduates","publishing","open access"]
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After all, science is all about building on the findings (and mis-steps) of those that went before

["Plant Microbe Interactions"]
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Thanks to excellent instructions in this paper and open source code, I was able to get PeptideBuilder examples running on my ubuntu machine. For me, I had to change the first line in runUnitTests.sh to

#!/bin/bash
Also, as noted in the paper, I needed...

["virtual machine","open source code","reproducibility"]
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Do you see the F1000research data publications as a solution to the getting scooped issue you articulate here?

["precedence","data publications"]
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Congratulations on publishing a great paper concentrating on subject matter which is relevant and fundamental to every day veterinary practice - iatrogenic surgical pain. Some very surprising results also! Based on your use of the four different pain scoring systems,...

["Pain assessment"]
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Is there a relationship between SAR theory and rarefaction curves? I see both applied in papers as a 'tool' but the theory appears to be primarily associated with SAR. Are rarefactions simply a subset of SAR? Also, does METE apply to other forms of macroecological...

["SAR theory","rarefaction curves"]
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or were they mainly confined to North America?

["DinoJoe"]
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Besides Hadrosaurids of course... ;)

["DinoJoe"]
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As I kid I always dreamed of becoming one, like most kids probably. Most careers have their downsides once we get past the childhood fantasies. What though hadn't you expected before entering into an academic career, that turned out to be a good surprise?

["DinoJoe","paleontology","careers"]
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Would humans exposed to multiple periods of exposure to an ambient and inspired ppO2 of 0.4ATA and higher, have a tendency to present with a higher incidence of lung cancer than the general population? Commercial divers are regularly saturated at a ppO2 of 0.4ATA...

["hyperbaric oxygen","lung cancer","mutation frequency"]
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What are the markers used to identify endoderm derivatives in the clones?

["stem cells","genetic reprogramming","iPSC","PSC"]
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Thanks for this very interesting analysis. Do you think that it could be an argument to alleviate the pressure to move away from primary faculty/university? To move is typically proposed after graduating, for a few years, before coming back with additional experience...

["women in academia","gender equality"]
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This is an interesting article examining the relationship between personality traits and “well-being” from a cross-cultural perspective, by examining subjects from two different geographical areas who as evidence suggests have different personality traits. The...

["validation"]
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Congratulations to the authors: it's awesome to report 3d data rather than just photos. But 3D are not a great way to publish this data. They're proprietary and opaque -- there's no way to get the data out of them for further use. All you can do is look at them...

["openness","data","open data"]