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The Science of Cookies
Bande dessinée sur les sciences de la santé, la recherche et les cookies. Surtout les cookies.
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Comic language: French
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
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Number of comics: 333
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The Science of Cookies est une bande dessinée en ligne (webcomic) à but non lucratif portant sur les sciences sociales et les sciences de la santé, les cookies, la révision par les pairs (peer-review), les types d'études existants, les erreurs cognitives, les biais, les statistiques, les fausses-croyances, les moyens d'avoir accès à une science de qualité, le processus de recherche, les médias, les journaux scientifiques et d'autres choses encore. Mais surtout et principalement, cela parle de cookies.

Avertissement

Mes dessins contiennent des illustrations à caractère médical. Illustrer de manière humoristique implique de simplifier de l’information et de la présenter d’une manière interprétable de différentes façons; des subtilités et des détails sont ainsi perdus et des erreurs peuvent survenir. Même si l’information est exacte, il est possible qu’elle ne puisse pas s’appliquer à votre cas particulier ou qu’elle ne soit plus à jour. Les informations contenues dans ces dessins ne peuvent ainsi pas se substituer à l’avis d’un professionnel de la santé. Les sources mentionnées en référence (et non pas le livre en lui-même) peuvent néanmoins offrir un point de départ pour une discussion avec celui-ci. L’auteur décline toute responsabilité reliée à des décisions prises en rapport au contenu de ces dessins.

[EN] Humoristic illustrations of research, medicine the health sciences and education for laypeople. Also, cookies!

Warning

My comics contain some medical information. Illustrating in a humoristic way requires simplifying information and presenting it in a form that can be interpretated in many different ways; some subtle details are thus lost and errors can appear. Even if the information is correct, it might not be applicable to your specific case or might no longer be relevant. Any information contained in those drawings cannot substitute the informed recommendations of a health professionnal. The sources I refer to can be used as starting points for a discusssion with a health professionnal. The author declines any responsibility with decisions taken related to the content of his drawings.

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Tekai
23rd Feb 2017
[EN] 1st Forecast : Cookietamol reduces pain.
2nd Forecast : Cookietamol reduces nausea.
3rd Forecat : Cookietamol improves digestion.
4th Forecast : Cookietamol stimulates memory.

1st Results : Cookietamol reduces pain.
2nd Results : Cookietamol improves digestion.

- All our forecasts were correct.
Left on Balancer les prédictions incorrectes
Tekai
23rd Feb 2017
[EN] Agradulo-somethingsomethingite

- It's a diagnosis only onco-magicians can give.

- Only them know it well enough, only them have access to tests to detect it and only them can understand the test results.

- It has been proven by studies that they are the only ones to know and that only them can read.
Left on Diagnostic top secret
Tekai
23rd Feb 2017
[EN] - Cookietamol was shown to be effective in a very successful study.

- Define "successful" ?

- We could get at least a patient to swallow a whole Cookietamol pill.
Left on Réussir avec succès
Tekai
23rd Feb 2017
[EN] - I did suggest that you bring a list of questions, something to take notes and a relative to the appointment.

- ... Although I must say I didn't really expect such a major change.
Left on Suggestions du médecin pour la consultation
Tekai
23rd Feb 2017
[EN] Your article was relevant and well written but we can't publish it.

It doesn't cite enough articles from our journal.

Citation cartels

Researchers, editors or scientific journals that use various strategies to boost the amount of studies citing their work and give the impression of being more important.

Fister, I., Fister, I., & Perc, M. (2016). Toward the Discovery of Citation Cartels in Citation Networks. Frontiers in Physics, 4. doi:10.3389/fphy.2016.00049

http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fphy.2016.00049/full?
Left on Cartels de citations