MeRIT | Method Reporting with Initials for Transparency

Welcome to MeRIT (Method Reporting with Initials for Transparency)

Now published in Nature Communications

List of papers that use the MeRIT system:

  1. Leiva, F. P., Verberk, W. C., Calosi, P., Rezende, E. L., & Mark, F. C. (2024). MetaR, a global database on metabolic rates of ectotherms. EcoEvoRxiv.

  2. Morrison, K., Yang, Y., Santana, M., Lagisz, M., & Nakagawa, S. (2024). A systematic evidence map and bibliometric analysis of the behavioural impacts of pesticide exposure on zebrafish. Environmental Pollution.

  3. Yang, Y., Liu, Q., Pan, C., Chen, J., Xu, B., Liu, K., ... & Nakagawa, S. (2024). Species sensitivities to artificial light at night: A phylogenetically controlled multilevel meta‐analysis on melatonin suppression. Ecology Letters.

  4. Pottier, P., Kearney, M. R., Wu, N. C., Gunderson, A. R., Rej, J. E., Rivera-Villanueva, A. N., ... & Nakagawa, S. (2024). Vulnerability of amphibians to global warming. EcoEvoRxiv.

  5. Troisi, C. A., Vernouillet, A., Allaert, R., Knoch, S., Martel, A., Lens, L., & Verbruggen, F. (2024). Beyond a unitary construct: Dissecting stopping behaviour in two bird species. bioRxiv.

  6. Nakagawa, S., Lagisz, M., Yang, Y., & Drobniak, S. M. (2024). Finding the right power balance: Better study design and collaboration can reduce dependence on statistical power. Plos Biology.

  7. Macartney, E. L., Morrison, K., Snook, R. R., Lagisz, M., & Nakagawa, S. (2023). Intra-specific correlations between ejaculate traits and competitive fertilization success: A meta-analysis across species and fertilization modes. Evolution.

  8. Kohrs, F. E., Auer, S., Bannach-Brown, A., Fiedler, S., Haven, T. L., Heise, V., ... & Weissgerber, T. L. (2023). Eleven strategies for making reproducible research and open science training the norm at research institutions. eLife.

  9. Stransky, N., Ganser, K., Quintanilla-Martinez, L., Gonzalez-Menendez, I., Naumann, U., Eckert, F., ... & Ruth, P. (2023). Efficacy of combined tumor irradiation and KCa3. 1-targeting with TRAM-34 in a syngeneic glioma mouse model. Scientific Reports.

  10. Geis, L., d’Errico, F., Jordan, F. M., Brenet, M., & Queffelec, A. (2023). Multiproxy analysis of Upper Palaeolithic lustrous gravels supports their anthropogenic use. Plos One.

  11. Burke, S., Pottier, P., Macartney, E. L., Drobniak, S. M., Lagisz, M., Ainsworth, T., & Nakagawa, S. (2023). Mapping literature reviews on coral health: A review map, critical appraisal and bibliometric analysis. Ecological Solutions and Evidence.

  12. Fredston, A. L., & Lowndes, J. S. S. (2023). Welcoming more participation in open data science for the oceans. Annual Review of Marine Science.

  13. Kiermer, V. (2023). Authorship practices must evolve to support collaboration and open science. Plos Biology.

  14. Pottier, P., Lagisz, M., Burke, S., Drobniak, S. M., Downing, P. A., Macartney, E. L., ... & Nakagawa, S. (2023). Keywords to success: a practical guide to maximise the visibility and impact of academic papers. bioRxiv.

  15. Ivimey‐Cook, E. R., Pick, J. L., Bairos‐Novak, K. R., Culina, A., Gould, E., Grainger, M., ... & Windecker, S. M. (2023). Implementing code review in the scientific workflow: Insights from ecology and evolutionary biology. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

  16. Ivimey‐Cook, E. R., Noble, D. W., Nakagawa, S., Lajeunesse, M. J., & Pick, J. L. (2023). Advice for improving the reproducibility of data extraction in meta‐analysis. Research Synthesis Methods.

  17. Taggart, P. L., Taylor, P., Patel, K. K., & Noble, D. W. (2023). Baiting in conservation and pest management: A systematic review of its global applications in a changing world. Biological Conservation.