The data reveal sometimes-contradictory attitudes towards reproducibility.
Although 52% of those surveyed agree that there is a significant 'crisis' of reproducibility, less than 31% think that failure to reproduce published results means that the result is probably wrong, and most say that they still trust the published literature. Our survey respondents were more optimistic: 73% said that they think that at least half of the papers in their field can be trusted, with physicists and chemists generally showing the most confidence.
Then I had a crisis of confidence, and then I learned that my experience wasn't uncommon.” The challenge is not to eliminate problems with reproducibility in published work.
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