Talk:WikiJournal of Medicine/Medical gallery of Mikael Häggström 2014
Helena Scheele-Sandström ,
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Post-publication peer review
Content taken from published sources that is adapted by relabeling, redrawing, etc., is acceptable if you cite the source when the image is used.
Content that you generate yourself, in the laboratory, or otherwise, is ENTIRELY unacceptable at Wikipedia, as it amounts to prohibited WP:Original research. Given the seeming WP:OR that is rampant with your images, and the negative peer review that casts a further shadow over their reliability, I will begin to look at each, and where they are used, and tag them as inappropriate (if you do no provide sources for derived work, and remove work that is WP:OR).
This is an example of a lack of clear guidance from wikipedia regarding doing honest scholarly work, that you have taken to a logical, albeit damaging extreme. You should be generating images from scholars, and not involving your own research and interpretation.