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<h1>Open Materials Hackathon</h1> <p>This is a collection of materials generated at SIPS 2017 for beginning to assemble a database of open materials (stimuli, instruments, etc.) that can support cumulative science, better norming and reuse of our stimuli, and identification of needs (e.g. materials for non-WEIRD populations, non-proprietary versions of common measures, etc.)</p> <p>At the hackathon, we'll be drafting language for reaching out to our colleagues to share stimuli for a future database, and generating/ consolidating our knowledge of what stimuli are out there.</p> <p>People interested in creating this database should also come to COS at 2pm to attend Jeff Spies' meeting on OSF Collections.</p> <p>Some resources to get us started:</p> <h3>Available stimuli</h3> <p><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JDJ78PBUU5dz_BUjmGX30nB6HstgDDyRkbdXcnu6gb0/edit#gid=0" rel="nofollow">Available stimulus/measure sets that we know about, please add to this list!</a></p> <p>There are already many examples of scientists making their stimuli publicly accessible, but we lack a common database or language for them. We're compiling a list of available stimuli, so that we can understand what's out there and what we might need to know about them to make a usable database. </p> <p>Please feel free to add your own or others' stimuli and materials!</p> <p>Another way to help is to check out the 'ListofList' pages and create new entries for any individual sets that aren't already listed here, or to add info about rows that are only partially specified (many are just links to websites so far...)</p> <h3>Templates for writing to your colleagues to share their stimuli</h3> <p>(TBA)</p> <h3>Prototype website</h3> <p><a href="https://stimdb1.firebaseapp.com/" rel="nofollow">A rough implementation by Melissa of what a possible front-end database website could look like</a></p> <h3>Prototype backend</h3> <p>(In the 'stimulus sets' component) - An example of what a backend/ distributed database hosted on the OSF could look like: stimulus files are paired with structured text files that serve as metadata.</p>
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