Chemical data evaluation: general considerations and approaches for IUPAC projects and the chemistry community (IUPAC Technical Report)
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry has a long tradition of supporting the compilation of chemical data and their evaluation through direct projects, nomenclature and terminology work, and partnerships with international scientific bodies, government agencies, and other organizations. The IUPAC Interdivisional Subcommittee on Critical Evaluation of Data has been established to provide guidance on issues related to the evaluation of chemical data. In this first report, we define the general principles of the evaluation of scientific data and describe best practices and approaches to data evaluation in chemistry.
Chemical data; Critical evaluation; IUPAC
Shaw, David G., Bruno, Ian, Chalk, Stuart, Hefter, Glenn, Hibbert, David Brynn, Hutchinson, Robin A., Magalhães, M. Clara F., Magee, Joseph, McEwen, Leah R., Rumble, John, Russell, Gregory T., Waghorne, Earle, Walczyk, Thomas and Wallington, Timothy J.. "Chemical data evaluation: general considerations and approaches for IUPAC projects and the chemistry community (IUPAC Technical Report)" Pure and Applied Chemistry, vol. 95, no. 10, 2023, pp. 1107-1120. CSS23-22