Research reusability is key to advancing knowledge.
When research is reusable, it allows others to:
- Re-analyse the evidence
- Reproduce and verify the evidence, thereby minimising duplication of effort
- Build upon the evidence to fuel further discoveries
But what does reusable research look like? Don't worry, we've got it covered!
For our Reusability In Action series, we showcased some of F1000Research's top examples of reusable research. By utilising our range of article types and observing our Open Data Policy, each example illustrates just how easy it is to maximise the use and reuse of your research.
Scroll down to discover some of the series' highlights.
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CELL5M: A geospatial database of agricultural indicators for Africa South of the Sahara
Developing data interoperability using standards: A wheat community use case
This Opinion Article is a joint effort of the wheat research community, along with data and ontology experts, to develop wheat data interoperability guidelines. Their findings have since been reused by the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) in this policy document.
Prediction of the SARS-CoV-2 (2019-nCoV) 3C-like protease (3CLpro) structure: virtual screening reveals velpatasvir, ledipasvir, and other drug repurposing candidates
Draft genome sequencing of the sugarcane hybrid SP80-3280
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on self-harm and suicidal behaviour: update of living systematic review
First draft genome assembly of the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria
If our Reusability In Action series has left you feeling inspired, starting your publication journey with F1000Research couldn't be easier.
Thanks to our rapid publication model, your research is quickly available to read, share and cite. Once published, all articles undergo our unique post-publication peer review process that encourages a collaborative and constructive approach to research.