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The Insight Journal is an electronic scientific journal that covers the reproducibility of technical reports in the areas of image analysis and visualization. The journal provides mechanisms for sharing open source software, open data, and full description of parameters needed to reproduce the experiences reported in the submitted papers.
The Insight Journal is based on the concept of open science and provides full access to scientific material under a license allowing readers to create derivative works, the Creative Commons "by-attribution" license. the journal uses open peer review and allows any reader to volunteer as reviewer, and requiring reviewers to make their reviews public. Readers can rate reviewers in a similar way that online retailers such as Amazon.com self-regulate their evaluations. The journal is inspired by the concept of Reproducibility and by the Reproducible Research initiative championed by Jon Claerbout.
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