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NeuroDojo · 1d ago

When two lines of research collide

It’s so nice to have two new papers drop in short succession! I had one come out in Journa...
NeuroDojo · 2d ago

Fiddly bits and increments

You have to be honest about your papers. I am happy with my latest paper, for several reas...
NeuroDojo · 2d ago

Metrics do not mean academia has been “hacked”

Portia Roelofs and Max Gallien argue that the high altmetric score for a dire article defending colonialism is evidence that academia has been “hacked.”Academic articles are now evaluated ac...
NeuroDojo · 4d ago

A pre-print experiment, continued

Over a year ago, I uploaded a preprint into bioRxiv. When people upload preprints, bioRxiv...
NeuroDojo · 1W ago

A look back at the crystal ball

I wrote the bulk of this post this post five years ago, back in 2012. That week, a paper c...
NeuroDojo · 1W ago

Chasing pidgeys

In the game Pokémon Go, pidgeys are pokémon that you see everywhere. They’re super common,...
NeuroDojo · 2W ago

The Voynich manuscript and academic writing

The Voynich manuscript is a potentially obsession creating item. It’s routinely described ...
NeuroDojo · 3W ago

Thank you, New Hampshire

It’s been a week since Harvey changed everything for Houston, Texas.And since then, I’ve b...
NeuroDojo · 3W ago

Why a proposed UTRGV doctoral program will probably struggle

When I took my current job, one of the things that attracted me was that I was told the department would probably have a Ph.D. program, maybe in about five years. It’s been a lot more than f...
NeuroDojo · 3W ago

A sense of community

Last week, Stephen Heard wrote a post about being paid for peer review that generated a lo...