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This is what research and debate about findings are about. We could conclude that researcher A's findings are incomplete or faulty, based on what we know of the categorizations, methodology of getting respondents, etc. Researcher A can do the same re our research. End of story.
We already debate methodologies, sources, and findings. This is what good research debates are about. The DART proposals will only hinder the range of research engaged in by scholars, and they are based on the false assumption that all quantitative research is completely transparent and replicable, which it is not, and cannot be.