Here I post scientific cricticisms, opinions, and ideas on a range of subjects.
Playing the citation game Posted November 7th, 2018 on Medium
The circle of data thug life Posted November 3rd, 2018 on Medium
The bioRxiv Wall of Shame Posted August 3rd, 2018 on Medium
BioRxiv: A postprint server? Posted July 16th, 2018 on Medium
Crap spotted at F1000Research Posted May 4th, 2018 on Medium
Mindless Takes Posted March 30th, 2018 on Medium
The most illegal blog post in the history of peer review Posted February 12th, 2018 on Medium
I knew bioRxiv wouldn’t post my peer review, and that’s the problem Posted February 7th, 2018 on Medium
Who wrote this article? Posted January 23rd, 2018 on Medium
Peer Review is useless, case 22527 Posted January 16th, 2018 on Medium
Why journals don't retract papers Posted January 16th, 2018 on Medium
How journals responded to PizzaGate Posted October 21st, 2017 on Medium
Crap spotted at bioRxiv Posted July 11th, 2017 on Medium
How serious is this correction? Posted July 7th, 2017 on Medium
Worst correction ever Posted July 4th, 2017 on Medium
Why I don’t send papers to journals: A case study Posted June 16th, 2017 on Medium
Why bioRxiv can’t be the Central Service Posted May 5th, 2017 on Medium
Rickrolls and Russian dolls, the world of mindless citing Posted March 26th, 2017 on Medium
A citation confession Posted March 12th, 2017 on Medium
Cornell’s Alternative Statistics, part deux Posted March 12th, 2017 on Medium
A visit to the Center for Open Science Posted March 5th, 2017 on Medium
My concerns regarding the ASAPbio Central Service and Center for Open Science Posted February 26th, 2017 on Medium
Quick thoughts on working hours Posted February 20th, 2017 on Medium
Cornell and the First Law of Fooddynamics Posted February 17th, 2017 on Medium
Cornell's Alternative Statistics Posted February 13th, 2017 on Medium
The Donald Trump of Food Research Posted February 6th, 2017 on Medium
Peer Review is just "Security Theater" Posted January 28th, 2017 on Medium
The student who couldn’t say “Yes” Posted January 25th, 2017 on Medium
Walking the plank: preprinting and double blind review Posted January 21st, 2017 on Medium
Why citation counts don’t matter Posted January 3rd, 2017 on Medium
A journal reveals its true colors Posted December 23rd, 2016 on Medium
Proposal of a new metric for evaluating researchers: ROAR Posted December 15th, 2016
Openness == Reproducibility Posted November 26th, 2016
My response to the NIH RFI on preprints Posted November 22nd, 2016
How do you put a price on scientific research? Posted November 16th, 2016
Some thoughts on the election Posted November 16th, 2016
How to code when you don't know how to code Posted October 28th, 2016
How I published more than entire labs Posted October 20th, 2016
bioRxiv vs. PeerJ Preprints Posted September 29th, 2016
The different flavors of preprints Posted September 29th, 2016
My big discovery Posted September 11th, 2016
F1000Research gives open science a bad name Posted July 25th, 2016
Should more papers be retracted? Posted July 11th, 2016
Are preprints better than journal articles? Posted July 11th, 2016
There are no strings on me Posted June 27th, 2016
Has peer review hit rock bottom? Posted June 16th, 2016
The Prime Evil Posted June 5th, 2016
GRIM test and scientific utopia Posted June 4th, 2016
Should I have left my PhD program? Posted June 4th, 2016
What's in a degree? Posted May 26th, 2016
PLOS ONE has become what it hates Posted March 16th, 2016
Mishandled criticism of PLOS ONE Posted March 4th, 2016
Probability problem in Hearthstone Posted February 21st, 2016
An oft-repeated challenge on The Challenge Posted February 19th, 2016
Why are you not using all of the data? Posted February 17th, 2016
The real reason prestigious journals (still) exist Posted February 17th, 2016
True Shooting Percentage Posted December 24th, 2015
My preprint epiphany Posted November 7th, 2015
Basketball upsets, high school genetics, and personal genomics Posted November 1st, 2015