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See the Supplement

When you spend more time reading a paper's supplemental data than you do reading the paper itself, it's time to rethink the concept of supplements, says Mike the Mad Biologist. Mike points to an argument by Scicurious who says that current journal requirements like short page or word limits or reviewers that demand extra experiments make supplemental data necessary to get one's papers published.

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