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Posts tagged with 'reproducibility'

Seven Reasons to Work Reproducibly
  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...
Tags: Reproducibility, open science initiatives, Brazil, transparent workflow
Strategy for Culture Change
Behavior change is hard.  Whatever its faults, the status quo is familiar and the warts are known.  The status quo is also easy to maintain. Just do nothing, inertia takes care...
Tags: Reproducibility, Open Science, Culture Change, Behavior Change
Are reproducibility and open science starting to matter in tenure and promotion review?
Tenure and promotion season is underway.  Promotion committees, in the U.S. at least, use the summer to send portfolios to 3 to 10 scholars at other institutions for independent...
Tags: Reproducibility, Openscience
Some Examples of Publishing the Research That Actually Happened
A discussion about a grad student’s dilemma on The Black Goat “It’s So Complicated” podcast caught my attention last week (June 28, 2017).  The student wrote about a situation in...
Tags: Replication, publishing, Reproducibility, Research
Replicating a challenging study: it's all about sharing the details.
Working on the replication attempt of The common feature of leukemia-associated IDH1 and IDH2 mutations is a neomorphic enzyme activity converting alpha-ketoglutarate to...
Tags: Replication, Reproducibility, Research, Repository, Cancer
Three More Reasons to Take the Preregistration Challenge
Faster reviews, more journals, and encouragement from funders. As you may already know, the Preregistration Challenge is our ongoing education campaign to encourage...
Tags: Transparency, Preregistration, Reproducibility
A How-To Guide to Improving the Clarity and Continuity of Your Preregistration
Preregistration, specifying your study design and analysis plan before you begin your study, has recently come to the forefront of scientific discussion as one solution to the...
Tags: Transparency, Preregistration, Reproducibility
3 Things Societies Can Do to Promote Research Integrity
The Wiley Exchanges program does a great job promoting scientific best practices by interviewing subject matter experts on timely topics in research.  In this episode, our own...
Tags: publishing, Reproducibility, Research
What's Going on With Reproducibility?
You may have heard that the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology (RP:CB) team just released results of 5 major cancer biology studies that they attempted to reproduce. This was...
Tags: Reproducibility, Research, Openscience, RPCB
What Second Graders Can Teach Us About Open Science
Science seems hard.  Scientists use fancy words and fancy equipment and study things that few people understand.  But, how scientists are supposed to learn things is not so hard...
Tags: Transparency, Strategy, Reproducibility, Openness, Research