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BROWN: How to Conduct a Replication Study – What Not To Do

[This post is based on a presentation by Annette Brown at the Workshop on Reproducibility and Integrity in Scientific Research, held at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, on October 26, 2018. It is cross-published on FHI 360’s R&E Search for Evidence blog]…

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COUPÉ: So You Want To Do a Replication – Here Are Some Things To Think About Before Starting on a Replication Project!

On October 26th, 2018, 3 colleagues and myself organized a workshop on reproducibility and integrity in scientific research at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Here are some things you might want to be aware of when thinking about doing…

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ALL INVITED: Workshop on Reproducibility and Integrity in Scientific Research

DATE: Friday 26 October. PLACE: University of Canterbury, Business School, Meremere, Room 236, Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND REGISTRATION (important for catering purposes): email to tom.coupe@canterbury.ac.nz COST: Nada ($0) Supported by the University of Canterbury Business School Research Committee. OVERVIEW: There is more…

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Workshop: The Quest for Reproducible Science

The Association for Library Collections & Technical Services, a division of the American Library Association, is hosting a one-day workshop on issues of reproducibility.  The workshop will feature “scholars, librarians, and technologists” discussing “tools and techniques to manage data, enable research transparency, and…

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