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**Official Preprint:** In our paper "Journal Data Sharing Policies and Statistical Reporting Inconsistenciesin Psychology" (Nuijten, Borghuis, Veldkamp, Dominguez-Alvarez, Van Assen, & Wicherts, under review) we refer to **[this draft][1]** for a detailed analysis of statcheck's sensitivity and specificity, and an analysis of whether statistical corrections may affect statcheck's validity. Note that this manuscript has not yet been peer reviewed. The three main components on this page are: 1. The validity study of statcheck as reported in Appendix A in Nuijten et al. (2016). 2. The sensitivity and specificity analysis of statcheck. 3. The analysis of the influence of statistical corrections on statcheck's validity. For a detailed overview of the files in the latest two components (2 and 3), see the Meta Data file [here][2]. [1]: [2]:
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