MULTI100: Estimating the Analytical Robustness of the Social Sciences – Final Call for Collaborating Analysts

The Multi100 project is addressing whether different researchers arrive at the same conclusion and the same effect size as an original study, when they perform their own independent analysis. Specifically, do different researchers find support for the same research claim made within the social sciences?

Read more about the project here:

The project is in the final stages of data collection, and we are looking for analysts to help us reach our goal of 500 re-analyses (100 papers x 5 analysts per paper). Right now, roughly 95% of these analyses are either completed or approaching completion.

Why Should You Join?

By signing up to be an analyst, you will: (1) advance our understanding of research practices in the social and behavioural sciences, (2) become a co-author on the final publication if you submit your analysis before the deadline, adhere to confidentiality, and review/approve the manuscript in time.

How Do I Join?

If you have experience with conducting statistical analysis, we would love for you to join us on the project! Please fill out this Application Form.

What Will Happen After I Sign-Up?

If you sign up in-time (i.e., if there are still analysis slots available), we will contact you with more information, and ask you to select a paper that you would like to analyse. Once you have selected a paper, we will send you specific instructions.

Seeing this post late?

Sign-up anyway! Some analysts may not get the chance to do an analysis in this round, however, in the future we will still need new analysts to ‘cap off’ the data collection. It would be great to have your interest on record, so that we may contact you at a later date.


You can contact if you have questions about the project.

Thank you, we look forward to hearing from you!

Multi100 Team

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