The following is a guest post from Dalson Figueiredo and Nicole Janz who helped to co-author Seven Reasons Why: A User's Guide to Transparency and Reproducibility, the first guide of its kind outlining reproducibility best practices for government institutions and the political science community in Brazil.
If we’ve persuaded you to give transparent workflows a try (or you’re a journal editor wanting to support your authors), our full article – co-authored with our Brazilian colleagues Rodrigo Lins, Amanda Domingos, and Lucas Silva – contains the most important tools and initiatives to use, introducing: TOP guidelines for journals, Project TIER with teaching tools, Github and Rmarkdown, OSF data archive, pre-analysis plans and more.
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