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Comments on the paper ``Helping reviewers ask the right questions: The InfoQ framework for reviewing applied research'' by Ron S. Kenett and Galit Shmueli

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Kenett R.S., and Shmueli G., Helping Reviewers Ask the Right Questions: The InfoQ Framework for Reviewing Applied Research. Statistical Journal of the IAOS 32 (2016), 11-19.

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