Some Tools for Checking Reliability in Others’ Research, and Ensuring Reliability in Your Own

[From the blogsite “The Skeptical Scientist” by Tim van der Zee] “Roughly speaking there are two kind of tools which I will list here. First, it is important to be skeptical of what you read, such as checking reported statistics. Secondly, it is even more important to be skeptical of yourself; with tools like pre-registration you can substantially increase the evidential value of you studies and prevent fooling yourself (and others).”
Tools listed include: QuickCalcs, GRIMMER, StatCheck, G*Power, Bayes Factor calculator, ShinyApps, AsPredicted.org, Open Science Framework, and Registered Reports. To read more, click here

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