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One of the most frequently asked questions we received about preregistration is “how do I preregister this complex study that will result in many different publications?”
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.
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