Nature Methods piece on scientific replicability/repeatability/reproducibility

Nature Methods just published our correspondence piece Clarifying the terminology that describes scientific reproducibility (co-authored with Ron Kenett). We make three points:
1. There's confusion between the terms replicability, repeatability and reproducibility, which differ in meanings across and sometimes within fields.
2. Currently, each term is defined in a specific context by giving a laundry list of "what conditions remain constant and what conditions are changed".
3. Instead: focus on generalization! By answering "what is your study trying to generalize to?" it become very clear why some conditions are held constant and others are changed. Moreover, it helps focus on the goal, strengths and limitations of the study.