Welcome to Retractions Australia
We have previously shared a link to the Retraction Watch database and discussed its value. The new landing page for Australian retractions offers better analytics: it lists universities, authors and reasons for retractions by the number of retractions. It is illuminating and interesting. This should be used to inform institutional resource guide and professional development activities.
This is presented via the Retractions Australia Explorer, which is an interactive tool that allows you to visualise and investigate retracted papers from Australian and New Zealander researchers and collaborators.
Retractions Australia uses data from Retraction Watch, a website founded in 2010 by science journalists Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus.
Retraction Watch has since become a widely recognised resource for tracking and analysing retractions in the scientific community.