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# Many Speech Analyses project! **Welcome**. This is the main OSF repository and Research Compendium of the project *Many Speech Analyses* (MSA). The MSA project is a collaborative study of researcher's degrees of freedom in the speech sciences at large. We have asked researchers to use the same data set to answer the same research question: *Do speakers acoustically modify utterances to signal atypical word combinations?* ## Repository overview This repository is made up of different Components: - `Data` contains the data set used in the project and information on how the data was obtained. - `Teams analyses` contains the repositories of the different analytic teams who participated in the project. - `Questionnaires` contains the PDF versions of the questionnaires used in the project to collect information on the analysts and the analyses. - The code and data for the meta-analysis, including the RR manuscript, can be found in the `Meta-analysis` component, which links to the project's GitHub repository: <>. - In `Cache`, you can find cached R output. - You can find the `Registered Report` and `Collaborator agreement` in the respective Components. Further documents related to manuscript editing and review can be found in [this Google Drive folder]( [1]:
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