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WikiLetters brings you articles and information supporting the answers to the following questions: Has this publication been retracted Has this publication used contents from a retracted article Has this publication received positive (supporting) or negative (contesting) citations Has this publication being mentioned (positively or negatively) in letters, comments, or notes Has this publication provided real evidence of transparency standards Has this article been published in a very likely deceptive or predatory journal


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#Reproducibility

#Quality

#Transparency
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Databases, online-services and people directly/indirectly supporting science

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Scholarly


                        <p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/WikiJournal_User_Group</p>

                        <b>for more details read:</b> https://scholia.toolforge.org/</p>

                        <p><b>for more details read:</b> https://curatescience.org/app/home</p>

Databases aiming to improve specific aspects in science

Services to consider for checking specific quality aspects of scientific articles


                    <h4>https://retractionwatch.com/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retraction_Watch</p>

                        <h4>https://pubpeer.com/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PubPeer</p>

                        <h4>https://beallslist.net/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beall%27s_List</p>

                        <h4>https://scite.ai/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> Still missing in Wikipedia?</p>

Databases aiming to improve various aspects in science

Services to consider for checking general quality aspects of scientific articles


                        <h4>https://realscience.org.au/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> Still missing in Wikipedia?</p>

                        <h4>https://scienceintegritydigest.com/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> Still missing in Wikipedia?</p>

Databases aiming to provide Open Science

Services to consider for getting access to scientific articles


                        <h4>https://zenodo.org/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zenodo</p>

                        <h4>Check Wikipedia page for possible URLs</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sci-Hub</p>

                        <h4>Check Wikipedia page for possible URLs</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Library_Genesis</p>

                        <h4>https://cos.io/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Center_for_Open_Science</p>

                        <h4>https://arxiv.org/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ArXiv</p>

                        <h4>https://booksc.org/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z-Library</p>

                        <h4>https://paperswithcode.com/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> Still missing in Wikipedia?</p>

                        <h4>https://www.scienceopen.com/</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> Still missing in Wikipedia?</p>

Science-Knowledge / Internet / Planet Activists

People whose actions are potentially worth more than a thousand real and good scientific articles. And our apologies for possible ones missing here.


                        <h4>RIP. Aaron Swartz</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Swartz</p>

                        <h4>Alexandra Elbakyan</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandra_Elbakyan</p>

                        <h4>Julian Assange</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_Assange</p>

                        <h4>Greta Thunberg</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greta_Thunberg</p>

                        <h4>Boyan Slat</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boyan_Slat</p>

                        <h4>Fabiola Gianotti</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabiola_Gianotti</p>

                        <h4>Paul Ginsparg</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Ginsparg</p>

Sherlock Scientists

People that have significantly worked, or are still working to improve science for future generations. And our apologies for possible ones missing here.


                        <h4>John Ioannidis</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Ioannidis</p>

                        <h4>Jennifer Marohasy</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jennifer_Marohasy</p>

                        <h4>Elisabeth Bik</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elisabeth_Bik</p>

                        <h4>Peter Ridd</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Ridd</p>

                        <h4>Etienne Lebel</h4><p><b>for more details read:</b> Still missing in Wikipedia?</p>

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