A summary of the pros and cons of multiple candidate statistics.
The Open Science movement is here to stay. However, incorporating open practices like data sharing into your work flow can seem like a challenging task. If you have never made data available online before, the process can feel a bit daunting. Where should I put the data? What should I put up? What do I need to consider before I do it? In this post I will take you through a practical example of how to share data using the Open Science Frameword (OSF) platform.
Sometimes, the costs of doing good science outgrow the resources available to the individual scientist. Large scale collaboration projects are quickly becoming our best tool for dealing with this problem in psychology.
Justifications of study choice from 85 replication studies.
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