Once every four years, the worlds of journals and meta-researchers come together for a conference about the science of science publishing. This month, it was on, in Chicago, and I live-blogged each day:

1. Bias, Conflicts, Spin: The 8th Olympiad of Research on Science and Publishing Begins

2. Good Enough? Editors, Statistics, and Grant Peer Review

3. Innovations in Peer Review and Scientific Publishing

The day before, I participated in a panel at a half-day workshop on "predatory" journals. On the last day, my colleague Melissa Vaught presented some of the work she, Diana Jordan, and I have done evaluating who comments on PubMed Commons. You can read our abstract here.

And then I was off for vacation for a few weeks...


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