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<h3>Pre-registration Lifecycles!</h3> <p>Right now this component just contains a record of the notes we took during the APS hackathon. </p> <p><a href="https://twitter.com/melissaekline/status/1132708987709861891" rel="nofollow">Link to relevant twitter thread</a>.</p> <h3>Basic idea</h3> <p>What does it mean when you find an 'old' preregistration. Is it a good model for you to use? What ever happened to that project? Was it published, is it ongoing, is it part of <a href="https://psychfiledrawer.org/" rel="nofollow">a file drawer</a>? </p> <p>One solution to this problem would be if researchers tagged (and then updated) their preregistrations with periodic updates! It would then both be possible to know what to make of a public preregistration, and to look at and understand research projects that 'work' or stall out at various phases.</p> <h3>Plan</h3> <p>Post-hackathon, we plan to </p> <ul> <li>Make an initial twitter post reporting the existence of this project</li> <li>Get feedback about the tag set</li> <li>(MK) confirm with OSF that we aren't making any basic interface mistakes</li> <li>Write a short blog post introducing the idea & linking to click-by-click instructions.</li> </ul> <h3>Day-of notes</h3> <p>Participants:</p> <p>Kevin Lanning</p> <p>Jeff Girard</p> <p>Kelci Harris</p> <p>Melissa Kline</p> <p>When do publications start/end? - there's an article on this?</p> <p>Github lifecycle badges</p> <p>Tags - Bubble up vs. top down? Start with an imperfect list; complements data-driven approaches</p> <p>More than one tag on a project? Yes!</p> <p>Copy StudySwap - projects are tagged both with the umbrella label ("studyswap") and specific one ("have" or "need"). What's a good umbrella label for this?</p> <pre class="highlight"><code>PreregLifecycle others?</code></pre> <p>Possible list</p> <pre class="highlight"><code>status-update (for when you have a status update that doesn't fit any other category!) new-prereg filedrawer on-hiatus published in-press rejected under-review revising planning in-progress collecting-data analyzing writing-up</code></pre> <p>IDEA - Email prompts to say whats up with your preregistration this quarter/month/however often.</p> <p>Can we leverage existing ‘remind me’ services</p> <p>Similar concepts we drew from:</p> <p><a href="https://www.tidyverse.org/lifecycle/" rel="nofollow">https://www.tidyverse.org/lifecycle/</a></p> <p><a href="https://github.com/joethorley/stability-badges" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/joethorley/stability-badges</a></p> <p><a href="https://github.com/badges/shields" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/badges/shields</a></p>
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