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2022 Unconference on Open Scholarship Practices in Education Research  /

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Description: In this session, we will present our process to generate a successful pre-registered secondary data analysis study using the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2012 data. Specifically, we will highlight how we (a) satisfied the power analysis requirement for the Stage-1 report without data snooping, (b) leveraged Bayesian methods to provide deeper interpretation of null findings, and (c) discuss key elements such as accounting for the complex sampling design and how software packages may differ in this respect. We will share a preliminary checklist of best practices to designing and submitting a Stage-1 registered report that aligns with Open Science guidelines specific to secondary data analyses.

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