Publishing Visualization Studies as Registered Reports: Expected Benefits and Researchers' Attitudes

Background: Registered Reports are publications in which study proposals are peer reviewed and preaccepted before the study is ran. Their adoption in other disciplines has been found to promote research quality and save time and resources. Objectives: We offer a brief introduction to Registered Reports and their expected benefits for visualization research. We then report a survey of the visualization community on their attitudes towards Registered Reports. This survey takes the form of a quasi Registered Report, the first one presented at a visualization venue as far as we know. Method: We will run an online survey that will be open from the end of August until the day of the alt.VIS workshop. Results: Not available yet. Conclusion: Not available yet. Reproducibility: All the material is available at
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