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PLOS One journal restates position on data sharing to Prof Coyne

In the standoff over release of the PACE PLOS One trial data, has the journal just blinked? by James Coyne, 7 April 2016 I just received (April 7, 2016) another communication from the Managing Editor of PLOS One reporting  an … Continue reading

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PLOS One journal asks researchers for release of PACE trial data

The PACE trial researchers published an article in PLOS One in 2012, a journal that requires authors to allow other researchers access to their data. PLOS ONE notice: Update on follow up, 7 Mar 2016 PLOS ONE is actively following up … Continue reading

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Tuller queries PACE authors’ claims of harassment

Virology blog: Trial By Error, Continued: A Few Words About “Harassment”, by David Tuller, 1 February 2016 Last week, a commentary in Nature about the debate over data-sharing in science made some excellent points. Unfortunately, the authors lumped “hard-line opponents” of … Continue reading

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Tuller discusses the nature of bias in the PACE trial

Virology blog: Trial By Error, Continued: More Nonsense from The Lancet Psychiatry by David Tuller, 19 January 2016 The PACE authors have long demonstrated great facility in evading questions they don’t want to answer. They did this in their response … Continue reading

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Results of the PACE follow-up study are uninterpretable

Correspondence in Lancet psychiatry, 18 January 2016, by James Charles Coyne, Keith R Laws: Results of the PACE follow-up study are uninterpretable The PACE follow-up study[1] is something of a curate’s egg, admirable in ambition, but interpretatively indigestible. Although the … Continue reading

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Questions about the cost effectiveness of PACE

Profs Vincent Racaniello, James Coyne and Klaas van Dijk comment on the need for the release of PACE trial data to check the claims for cost-effectiveness. Revisiting the PLoS One economics analysis of PACE by Vincent Racaniello 22 December 2015 On … Continue reading

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Prof James Coyne on PACE trial

Phoenix rising report: James Coyne “lays waste” to PACE trial in Edinburgh, December 11, 2015 Sasha summarises Professor James Coyne’s recent no-holds-barred talk on the PACE trial and points you to the slides, video, audio and transcript. Outspoken psychologist and professor … Continue reading

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PLOS One to investigate PACE trial’s refusal to share data

Response from PLOS One editors to requests for more information about the PACE trial: Several readers have raised concerns regarding the analyses reported in this article. We are also aware that there have been requests for the data from this … Continue reading

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Prof Coyne’s PACE trial FOI request refused as considered ‘vexatious’

Prof James Coyne has received a reply from the authors of the PACE trial refusing access to data: 11 December 2015 Dear Professor Coyne, Request for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (“the Act”) Further to your recent … Continue reading

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