APS Hackathon 2019: Best Research Practices Made Easy

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Description: Click here to orient yourself with the working document for the day! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Drc7TWlDDWr71NMCIPXei-_tv-QpDxtL_1AN5mEenBE/edit?usp=sharing

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This is an umbrella repository for several projects/hackathons that started at the 2019 APS (first!) hackathon. Four concrete projects that emerged out of this project are: Handling flexibility Reporting deviations from the plan Flowchart - reviewing from an open science perspective Preregistration Lifecycles Day-of notes Day-of working doc (scratchpads & notes) Feedback form What should...

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  • Handling flexibility


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  • Pre-Registration Lifecycles

    Examples of registered reports and pre-registrations, and as well as resources for how to write your own.

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  • Hackathon Working Document

    Up to date document of what's happening in the hackathon.

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  • (MERGED INTO ANOTHER) Reporting Exemplars

    A collection of exemplary tables, figures, methods, and results sections that illustrate JARS.

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