Editors’ Choice: How Computers Broke Science and What We Can Do to Fix It

Reproducibility is one of the cornerstones of science. Made popular by British scientist Robert Boyle in the 1660s, the idea is that a discovery should be reproducible before being accepted as scientific knowledge. For most of the history of science, researchers have reported their methods in a way that enabled independent reproduction of their results. But, since…

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