A network of preregistration-savvy Ambassadors has been formed to help others who wish to try out preregistration but aren’t sure how to get started.
A new service called EarthArXiv, provides free, open access, open source archives for the earth sciences. It's been a community effort from the start.
We show you the path towards a smooth and successful preregistration.
This week’s release of the Bitbucket add-on to the Open Science Framework (osf.io) provides OSF users with a way to cite, browse, and register their code on Atlassian’s Bitbucket cloud Git repository right from inside their OSF projects.
So how can a research institution generate and showcase their valuable research efforts in the most cost-effective, open, and useful way while maintaining maximum control over their valuable research assets--knowledge and impact?
We have just added some cool new features to the OSF that we think are worth mentioning!
Researchers representing a wide range of disciplines and statistical perspectives—72 of us in total—have posted a new paper on PsyArXiv describing a place of common ground. We argue that statistical significance should be redefined. The paper is forthcoming in Nature Human Behavior.
The IRIS Digital Repository recently announced an award for replication studies. We caught up with members of the IRIS team, Sophie Thompson, Luke Plonsky, and Emma Marsden, to talk about the repository, their community, and why they value replications.
Tenure and promotion season is underway. Are we seeing a change in the way candidates are being evaluated?
Current positions are here.