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Why researchers created a database of half a million journal editors

A new database containing information about nearly half a million journal editors' names, affiliations and editorial roles launched in a bid to create a systematic way to evaluate the editorial makeup of journals, to verify key facts such as the editors’ authentic involvement and to evaluate any conflicts of interest or potential biases. The full article was published at Nature Index.

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