#Wikimania

Wikipedia now has a more advanced citing system than science.

You can cite articles in #Wikipedia by giving their ID in #Wikidata. Then if an article is retracted this will become visible on all Wiki pages that cite the article. 🤗

In a fascinating blog post, Cook enumerates all of the FLICC subtechniques, describing their relationship to the Big Five FLICC tactics, along with great, vector-based icons licensed CC BY-SA.

crankyuncle.com/a-history-of-f

Here's the full taxonomy:

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@tuxom The IPCC writes: "Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0°C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8°C to 1.2°C. Global warming is likely to reach 1.5°C between 2030 and 2052 if it continues to increase at the current rate. (high confidence)"

The IF is important. What we do in the mean time matters. My blog post: variable-variability.blogspot.

The IPCC wrote an entire report on this and related questions. ipcc.ch/sr15/

Slide 26 is interesting, in the next EU science funding program not only data, but also

"digital: Software, algorithms, protocols, workflows, models, and

physical: reagents, antibodies, hardware, etc.

all need to be properly managed". Properly means a "data" management plan, open access and FAIR.

#HorizonEurope #OpenScience

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Springer funded a project to spot nonsensical computed generated (SCIgen) papers, which resulted in free software called SciDetect. They found 243 articles created entirely or partly by SCIgen. 46 had already been retracted or deleted.
nature.com/articles/d41586-021
reddit.com/r/Open_Science/comm

Egon Willighagen is stepping down as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of #Cheminformatics. The journal now being part of Springer Nature no longer allows for running the journal in the spirit of #OpenScience.
zenodo.org/record/4926031
reddit.com/r/Open_Science/comm

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