- file drawer data liberation effort

Where and how to publish null / neutral results?


This “match-making” tool helps you to identify alternate ways of publishing information from well-designed experiments that is often difficult to publish in traditional journals (i.e. null or neutral results, datasets, etc.). Choose the criteria that are most relevant to you, or choose the scenario that best reflects your situation. The tool will highlight the most suitable options.
Check out our explainer video here.

Options

Choose the criteria that are most important to you.
If these options aren’t helpful, try our list of scenarios instead:

fiddle highlights platforms that publish research in many fields. The creators of fiddle cannot perform comprehensive assessments of all field-specific resources. Researchers who are looking for field-specific data repositories are encouraged to consult curated lists of field-specific repositories maintained by other organizations (re3data, fairsharing.org, or Nature’s list).

*Criteria: In either the aim & scope, editorial criteria or guide for authors section of the journal website, the journal must have explicit language stating that the journal welcomes or accepts manuscripts containing negative, null, or inconclusive results. The creators of fiddle can only assess what it posted on the journal website - they cannot determine whether editors and reviewers follow these policies in practice. The journals listed here publish research on many different topics; the creators of fiddle cannot perform comprehensive assessments of all field-specific journals.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ fiddle version 2, last update: 31.12.2019

- file drawer data liberation effort

Where and how to publish null / neutral results?


This “match-making” tool helps you to identify alternate ways of publishing information from well-designed experiments that is often difficult to publish in traditional journals (i.e. null or neutral results, datasets, etc.). Choose the criteria that are most relevant to you, or choose the scenario that best reflects your situation. The tool will highlight the most suitable options.
Check out our explainer video here.

Scenarios


Fiddle highlights platforms that publish research in many fields. The creators of fiddle cannot perform comprehensive assessments of all field-specific resources. Researchers who are looking for field-specific data repositories are encouraged to consult curated lists of field-specific repositories maintained by other organizations (re3data, fairsharing.org, nature list).

*In either the aim & scope, editorial criteria or guide for authors section of the journal website, the journal must have explicit language stating that the journal welcomes or accepts manuscripts containing negative, null, or inconclusive results. The creators of fiddle can only assess what it posted on the journal website - they cannot determine whether editors and reviewers follow these policies in practice. The journals listed here publish research on many different topics; the creators of fiddle cannot perform comprehensive assessments of all field-specific journals.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ fiddle version 2, last update: 31.12.2019

- file drawer data liberation effort

Where and how to publish null / neutral results?


This “match-making” tool helps you to identify alternate ways of publishing information from well-designed experiments that is often difficult to publish in traditional journals (i.e. null or neutral results, datasets, etc.). Choose the criteria that are most relevant to you, or choose the scenario that best reflects your situation. The tool will highlight the most suitable options.
Check out our explainer video here.

About


Contributors

Bernard, René (concept); Bobrov, Evgeny (concept); Riedel, Nico (concept, technical implementation); Weissgerber, Tracey (concept)

Contact address

quest@bihealth.de

Publication

https://osf.io/6mcu3/

Source code

https://github.com/quest-bih/FIDDLE

Research Resource Identifier (RRID) reference

fiddle, RRID:SCR_017327
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ fiddle version 2, last update: 28.01.2019