Establishing Institutional Scores With the Rigor and Transparency Index: Large-scale Analysis of Scientific Reporting Quality
Journal of Medical Internet Research, June 2022
Joe Menke, Peter Eckmann, Ibrahim Burak Ozyurt, Martijn Roelandse, Nathan Anderson, Jeffrey Grethe, Anthony Gamst, Anita Bandrowski
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