Reset how you publish with Hypergraph (Beta)

Document your research journey step by step, before hindsight happens. Easier for you, better for science.

Hypergraph (Beta) is free-to-play, free-to-access, and will have some rough edges. By using it, you can help improve it.

Features

Manage research steps, instead of research projects

In Hypergraph, you finish one research step before you carry on with the next.

You decide what to share

Research has many outputs and the way we communicate should reflect that.

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Article

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Raw data (e.g., CSV)
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Code (e.g., R script)
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Audio recordings
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Study materials
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You decide when to share

Hypergraph is about sharing when you're ready to. Ready to share your theory? Add it to your profile and others can immediately read, comment, and build on it as well.

All the documentation, none of the work

Research steps are linked together to clearly indicate the order of events and who did what.

You can publish articles if you need to

At the end of your research journey, you can still collate and submit an article.

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After-the-fact is bad for science

For decades, researchers have talked about why most published findings are false and how publications are stories. It takes years to publish those stories and even then key steps like data or software are not included most of the time. Entire studies go unpublished. Is this what science has become? 😔

Putting you in control of your research

In Hypergraph, each step is communicated when you feel ready. This opens it up for comments, revisions, and follow-up research immediately. You can trace each step's history chronologically, pace yourself, and get credit for all your work. Text, data, code — it all works 🤩

Hypergraph Vault makes it last

In order to make sure your research stays available for future generations, the Vault is our archival service. We run data centres across the world, that will make sure your content does not get lost. We will work with libraries on this, because they are the stewards of the future 🏛

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