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What Merits Correction? – The Grumpy Geophysicist (August 2017)

Published/Released on August 12, 2017 | Posted by Admin on October 30, 2017 / , , , , ,
 


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The topics are important for HDR candidates and other early career researchers. Better handling of good faith errors,disputes and allegations can help avoid the pain of formal inquiries.

A rather interesting comment chain on the website of a social scientist got GG thinking about corrections. (The blog post and comments deal with how to address published mistakes, with comments ranging from “never contact the authors” to “of course you contact the authors”). If fact, GG has gotten into lukewarm water with a couple of folks for pointing out things in their published papers in this blog. Anyways, what merits a correction? And what merits making a stink when there is no correction?
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