Editor’s Note

15 July 2013

Scientific research should be transparent and replicable. Demographic Research expects authors, whenever possible, to publish data and computer code that will allow readers to reproduce published results. Starting with Volume 29 (July 2013), we will designate articles as Author has provided data and code for replicating results Replicable if authors meet that expectation.

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