The Journal of the American Statistical Association (“JASA”) has announced in this month’s Amstat News that effective 1st September 2016 “… will require code and data as a minimum standard for reproducibility of statistical scientific research.” Trends were heading this way, but it is excellent to see a major journal insisting upon it as standard practice.
There appear to be some weasel words allowing publications having “proprietary data” to move forward, insisting upon code nevertheless. I can only imagine that publications opting for that path will be seen as less established, solid, or compelling.
See https://wordpress.com/view/667-per-cm.net/ Retired data scientist and statistician. Now working projects in quantitative ecology and, specifically, phenology of Bryophyta and technical methods for their study.
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