The National Academy of Sciences has created a TACS (Transparency in Author Contributions in Science) webpage to list the journals that commit to setting authorship standards, defining responsibilities for corresponding authors, requiring ORCID iDs, and adopting the CRediT taxonomy. The site will also include those funding agencies that adopt ORCID iDs and accept the CRediT taxonomy. Our goal is to use this webpage not only as a mechanism to measure growing transparency in authorship, but also as a resource for sharing and exchanging best practices in authorship policies that can inform discussions at university and research laboratories and departments.
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Yes, following ICMJE recommendations.
Yes, following ICMJE recommendations.
|Required for Corresponding from June 2018, all “strongly encouraged.”||Consideration in process.|
Frontiers follows the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors guidelines. In accordance with the ICMJE, the following authorship criteria should be observed: • Substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work; or the acquisition, analysis or interpretation of data for the work; • Drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content; • Provide approval for publication of the content; • Agree to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved. All authors should meet the four criteria above and anyone who meets all criteria should be included in the author list.
However, ORCID has been integrated to help populate registered researchers’ profiles.
|Although the CRediT taxonomy itself has not been adopted, Frontiers journals require the submission of author contribution statements specifying the contribution of each author. Author contribution statements are published at the end of all articles.|
|G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics||Yes.||Yes.||No; option given for publication however||Has implemented the CRediT taxonomy for all authors at revision within the manuscript submission site. Information not published at this time.|
|GENETICS||Yes.||Yes.||No; option given for publication however||Has implemented the CRediT taxonomy for all authors at revision within the manuscript submission site. Information not published at this time.|
|Health Science Reports (Wiley)||ICMJE. See author guidelines.||ICMJE. See author guidelines.||Yes.||Yes.|
|Journal of Cell Biology||Yes, follow ICMJE.||Yes.||Required for corresponding author, encouraged for all authors.||Author contribution statement required, Credit taxonomy suggested.|
|Journal of Experimental Medicine||Yes, follow ICMJE.||Yes.||Required for corresponding author, encouraged for all authors.||Author contribution required, Credit taxonomy suggested.|
|Journal of General Physiology||Yes, follow ICMJE.||Yes.||Required for corresponding author, encouraged for all authors.||Author contribution required, Credit taxonomy suggested.|
|Nature Research (Nature-branded journals, SciRep, NPJs, Communications journals)||Yes.||Yes.||Required for Corresponding; encouraged for all|
|New England Journal of Medicine||Yes, following ICMJE recommendations.||Represent the authorship group with the journal. Be the point of contact with the journal.||No requirement. Authors are welcome to provide their ORCID and if the journal has it, they will send it with the XML to Crossref. There is a place in the submissions form to provide the ORCID and validate it.||The journal does not used CRediT taxonomy.|
|PLOS family of journals||Yes, following ICMJE.||Yes.||Required for Corresponding; encouraged strongly for all.||Yes and included in metadata.|
|Proceedings of the IEEE||Authorship and co-authorship should be based on a substantial intellectual contribution. It is assumed that all authors have had a significant role in the creation of an article that bears their names.Therefore, the list of authors on an article serves multiple purposes; it indicates who is responsible for the work and to whom questions regarding the work should be addressed. Moreover, the credit implied by authorship is often used as a measure of the contributors’ productivity when they are evaluated for employment, promotions, grants, and prizes.The IEEE affirms that authorship credit must be reserved for individuals who have met each of the following conditions:a. Made a significant intellectual contribution to the theoretical development, system or experimental design, prototype development, and/or the analysis and interpretation of data associated with the work contained in the article;b. Contributed to drafting the article or reviewing and/or revising it for intellectual content; andc. Approved the final version of the article as accepted for publication, including references.||In the case of articles with multiple authors, a “corresponding” author must be designated as having responsibility for overseeing the publication process and ensuring the integrity of the final document. The corresponding author accepts the responsibility for:a. Including as co-authors all persons appropriate and none inappropriate;b. Obtaining from all co-authors their assent to be designated as such, as well as their approval of the final version of the article as accepted for publication; andc. Keeping all co-authors apprised of the current status of an article submitted for publication, including furnishing all co-authors with copies of the reviewers’ comments and a copy of the published version, as appropriate.||Required for all authors.||Not supported.|
|Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS)||Authorship must be limited to those who have contributed substantially to the work. All collaborators share some degree of responsibility for any paper they coauthor. Some coauthors have responsibility for the entire paper as an accurate, verifiable report of the research. These include coauthors who are accountable for the integrity of the data reported in the paper, carry out the analysis, write the manuscript, present major findings at conferences, or provide scientific leadership to junior colleagues. Coauthors who make specific, limited contributions to a paper are responsible for their contributions but may have only limited responsibility for other results. While not all coauthors may be familiar with all aspects of the research presented in their paper, all collaborators should have in place an appropriate process for reviewing the accuracy of the reported results.||The corresponding author must serve as the Guarantor of the Work to certify that at least one author, usually a senior author, has seen all primary data, has approved the presentation of the data, and will abide by the PNAS policy on Materials and Data Availability to make materials, data, and associated protocols available to readers. The corresponding author must have obtained permission from all authors for the submission of each version of the paper and for any change in authorship.||Corresponding authors are strongly encouraged to provide their ORCID and all authors are encouraged to link their PNAS profile to their ORCID ID.||Authors must indicate their specific contributions to the published work and this information will be published as a footnote to the paper. Authors may select from a list of standard designations: Designed research, Performed research, Contributed new reagents or analytic tools, Analyzed data, Wrote the paper, or provide their own description. An author may list more than one contribution, and more than one author may have contributed to the same aspect of the work.|
|Royal Society family of journals||Yes, follow ICMJE.||Yes, ICMJE.||Required for Corresponding; encouraged strongly by all.||Yes, authorship contribution statements are mandatory.|
|Science Family of Journals||Yes, following recommendations.||Yes, following recommendations.||First and Corresponding required, all encouraged.||On IT roadmap for 2018 implementation.|
|Wellcome Open Research||Criteria for authorship are based on the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals. Being an author implies full responsibility for the article’s content and that the work conforms to the editorial policies. For large, multi-centre collaborations, the individuals who accept direct responsibility for the manuscript must be listed as authors. Details of each author’s contribution must be listed in the Author contributions section. Anyone who has contributed but does not meet the criteria for authorship should be listed in the Acknowledgments section. The involvement of any professional medical writer assistance must be declared.||Yes, following ICMJE.||Required for Corresponding.|
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|Has implemented the CRediT taxonomy.|
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