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<p>Welcome to ReproducibiliTea Reading! </p> <p>Our meetings are open to everyone and are held online on Microsoft Teams (<a href="https://teams.microsoft.com/l/team/19:9d2018f801174636bccd6540666720d7@thread.skype/conversations?groupId=2684e1f9-0a6d-461e-ae97-47b531611b9d&tenantId=4ffa3bc4-ecfc-48c0-9080-f5e43ff90e5f" rel="nofollow">join the team</a>). </p> <p>AUTUMN SEMESTER 2020 SCHEDULE<br> We meet fortnightly on Thursdays at 12pm</p> <p>|Date|Time|Theme|Presenter| |----|----|-----|---------| |01/10/2020|1pm|Preregistration and open research in practice|Netta Weinstein| |15/10/2020|12pm|Massive collaboration - <a href="https://psysciacc.org/" rel="nofollow">Psychological Science Accelerator</a>|<a href="https://www.dur.ac.uk/psychology/staff/profile/?id=18630" rel="nofollow">Thuy-vy Nguyen (Durham)</a>| |29/10/2020|12pm|Reproducible analysis pipelines|Stef Meliss| |12/11/2020|12pm|Publishing datasets|Robert Darby| |26/11/2020|12pm|Alternative publication models|Inge Lasser and Daniel Brady| |10/12/2020|12pm|Incentivising open research practice|Brendan Williams| | | | |</p> <p>Remember to bring your tea!</p> <p>For more information and to join the conversation, please request to join the <a href="https://teams.microsoft.com/l/team/19:9d2018f801174636bccd6540666720d7@thread.skype/conversations?groupId=2684e1f9-0a6d-461e-ae97-47b531611b9d&tenantId=4ffa3bc4-ecfc-48c0-9080-f5e43ff90e5f" rel="nofollow">Microsoft Teams team for ReproducibiliTea Reading</a>.</p> <p><img alt="enter image description here" src="https://reproducibilitea.org/assets/images/reproducibiliTea_logo.jpg"></p>
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