Traditions and Transitions in Science Journal Editing

      This will be my last missive as editor-in-chief of this journal. Transitions are challenging, but they also provide opportunity to reflect on what works and what might benefit from further consideration. I have generally chosen to focus the opening editorials not on the specific contents of the journal issue, but on current events and practice topics. The goal, with variable degrees of success, was to use this space to encourage thoughts on best practice regarding research publication. I will focus this piece on some of the less codified practices that have been followed during my tenure.
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