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Agreement Settings Cheat Sheet {Infographic}

When conducting a review, there are a number of different approaches to reference screening. While the basics are solo screening and dual screening, there are many variations on these that you can configure to best suit your needs.

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DistillerSR gives you the freedom to design your own screening forms and to decide what inclusion/exclusion consequences you use. In addition, DistillerSR allows you to configure how the responses your screeners select are used in determining the fate of a screened reference.

This cheat sheet provides quick overview of what happens to a screened reference depending how a reviewer or reviewers select inclusion, exclusion and neutral responses in your screening forms.

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