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  • News

    Forum agenda for 2 September 2009 meeting

    Download the agenda and materials for the 2 September 2009 COPE Forum (Download PDF, 95kb).…
  • Case

    How many “mistakes” are too many?

    We published a randomised trial by six authors. Some years later, we received a letter from a researcher who had been looking into the trial in the context of a meta-analysis. She noted “implausibilities of serious concern”, including “a highly unusual balance in the distribution of baseline characteristics”, 95% CIs that were non-symmetrical about the effect estimate, and use of…
  • Seminars and webinars

    Seminar 2021: Ethical practice in research data publication - challenges, lessons and opportunities

    … Over the past decade, we have seen a marked increase in the publication of research data, driven by journal, funder, and institutional policies. This has brought ethical challenges specific to datasets, which can affect the journal publication related to the…
  • Case

    Dispute among authors

    …all the members of the team and make a decision about submission of the data based on the majority opinion. The majority (95%) of members provided support; of those who did not, X was one. The journal sent the manuscript out for external peer review, and wrote to the corresponding author to invite a revised manuscript, adding that the journal could not proceed to publication unless the authorship…
  • News

    Letter from COPE Vice-Chair: February 2020

    …to better understand your needs and gave us insight on how to support our broad membership. A special thank you to everyone that participated in the survey.  We discovered from the survey results that nearly half of respondents did not participate in the COPE Forums, but of those that attended, nearly 95% found them useful. Our next Forum is on 6 March 2020 and is a great opportunity for…
  • News

    In the news: May 2020

    …that predatory journals are adapting, to "look" more like legitimate journals. The use of peer review appears to be increasing. These authors sent a previously published journal article to over 600 journals, a mix of predatory, legitimate open access and subscription-based journals. The paper was rejected by about 95% of the journals, but only about half of these were for ethical concerns. They…
  • News

    In the news: December Digest

    …international group of authors in Ophthalmology topics selected 200 references from PubMed and then checked them for Open Access status. Those that were paywalled were examined to see if they were available at established institutions in low income countries or through HINARI. There was a lot of heterogeneity from 0% full texts to 95%, with a mean of 47% availability. Use of complementary "alternative ways"…
  • News

    In the news: June Digest

    …target="_blank">https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01720-7 Among ~1000 Japanese surveyed researchers, 95% have shared their  data. 75% were motivated to do so because the discoverability of their data is considered important; 50% wanted to progress their field of research and 42% for transparency. This infographic presents further details about how data are shared.
  • Seminars

    …href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzEC9ZiwHhE&feature=youtu.be">Watch presentation [13:38] Download presentation [PDF 9.5MB] Legal issues in corrections, retractions and expressions of concern — Mark Seeley, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, ElsevierWatch presentation [16:05]