BITSS will hold its next Research Transparency and Reproducibility Training (RT2) in Washington DC, September 11-13, 2019. This RT2 is organized in partnership with the World Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) group.
Publication bias is a substantial problem for the credibility of research in general and of meta-analyses in particular, as it yields overestimated effects and may suggest the existence of non-existing effects. Although there is consensus that...
ResearchTransparencyHey #openscience twitter, what factors affect the credibility of #preprints? Share your thoughts through this 20-minute survey!
Note that you don't need to have used preprints (uploaded or read) to participate.
There has been a growing research transparency movement within the social sciences to encourage broader data publication. In this blog post we share some background on this movement and recent
ResearchTransparencyWhy publish your data?
Increase the visibility of your research, get more citations, help others in their research, teaching and learning. Read new @JPAL_Global blog w/ research insights from BITSS research
ResearchTransparencyWant more resources? Check out a list of data repositories and other tools for curating and sharing data on the BITSS Resource Library. Thanks for celebrating #OpenDataDay2019 and #openscience with us!
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ResearchTransparencyOSF--more than just research projects! @CEGA_UC #EASST fellows use OSF to share policy workshop materials. See the materials from Kizito Omala's workshop in Uganda last year #OpenDataDay2019
ResearchTransparencyTo facilitate transparency and future replications we gave grants to completed research projects to prepare datasets, codebooks, analysis code, and other materials for public release. #OpenDataDay2019