Reproducibility. You Can Do This.

[From the paper, “Practical Tools and Strategies for Researchers to Increase Replicability” by Michele Nuijten, forthcoming in Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology]
“Several large-scale problems are affecting the validity and reproducibility of scientific research. … Many of the suggested solutions are systemic, focused on top-down implementation, or on the training of students, but many other solutions are practical tools and strategies that researchers can immediately implement in their own workflow. Researchers can use online tools to double check reported statistics, follow online courses to improve their statistical inference, or use different statistical frameworks. They can also start to preregister their research plans, engage in multi-lab collaborations, and increase their level of transparency and openness.”
To read the full article, click here.
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