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# Welcome to ReproducibiliTea Reading! Our meetings are open to everyone and are held as hybrid meetings. For those joining us in person, we will be meeting in the CINN conference room (G03) in the Harry Pitt Building. Virtual attendees will be hosted via Microsoft Teams. If you plan to attend virtually then please make sure you have [joined the team][1] to access the link. ### Autumn 2022 schedule |Date|Time|Theme|Presenter| |----|----|-----|---------| |20/10/2022|12pm|False-Positive Psychology: Undisclosed Flexibility in Data Collection and Analysis Allows Presenting Anything as Significant|[Brendan Williams][21]| |03/11/2022|12pm|A manifesto for reproducible science|[Etienne Roesch][24]| |17/11/2022|12pm|The natural selection of bad science|Wiebke Gandhi| |01/12/2022|12pm|Easing into open science: A guide for graduate students and their advisors.|Kirsty Hodgson| |15/12/2022|12pm|Christmas social|| Please check back soon for session and presented information. Remember to bring your tea! For more information and to join the conversation, please request to join the [Microsoft Teams team for ReproducibiliTea Reading][7]. ![enter image description here][8] ---------- ### Previous ReproductibiliTea sessions |Date|Time|Theme|Presenter| |----|----|-----|---------| |14/10/2021|12pm|The Monkey's Paw and Science Reform|[Richard McElreath][22], Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology| |28/10/2021|12pm|The University of Reading's vision for Open Research|[Robert Darby][17] & The [Open Research Champions][23], University of Reading| |13/05/2021|12pm|[Sample size justification][12]|[Daniƫl Lakens][11], Eindhoven University of Technology| |27/05/2021|12pm|*Flipped, watch this, then join the disciussion:* [Open research in undergraduate teaching][13]|[Phil McAleer][14], University of Glasgow| |10/06/2021|12pm|[Peer Community In Registered Reports][15]|[Chris Chambers][16], Cardiff University| |23/06/21|All day!|Open Research Day as part of the School's Centenary celebration|| |~~08/07/2021~~|12pm|*POSTPONED* University of Reading's vision for Open Research|[Robert Darby][17], University of Reading| |22/07/2021|12pm|[Writing for open research][19]|[Lily FitzGibbon][20], University of Exeter| |05/08/2021|12pm|Using Collector to conduct free online research|[Anthony Haffey][18], University of Reading| |04/02/2021|12pm|Registered Reports|[Jayne Morriss][2], School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading| |18/02/2021|12pm|Open Access Publishing|[Karen Rowlett][3], Research Support, University of Reading| |04/03/2021|**1pm**|[Synthetic Datasets][4]|[Dan Quintana][5], University of Oslo| |18/03/2021|12pm|*Hackathon* Developing an introductory open research course|[Lily FitzGibbon][6], School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading| |01/10/2020|1pm|Preregistration and open research in practice|Netta Weinstein| |15/10/2020|12pm|Massive collaboration - [Psychological Science Accelerator][9]|[Thuy-vy Nguyen (Durham)][10]| |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][21]| | | | | [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]: [15]: [16]: [17]: [18]: [19]: [20]: [21]: [22]: [23]: [24]:
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