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<h2>Post your data files and analysis code</h2> <p>On this page, please post your complete data files. In this wiki, you should describe the structure of the data set so that others can use and interpret the files. Once the study is completed and the Registered Replication Report is published, the data set will be made public. If possible, please also post any analysis scripts you used to analyze your data (e.g., if you conducted your analysis in R, post your R analysis code). If you are willing to let other laboratories apply the same analysis code, please email replicationreports -at- gmail -dot- com.</p>
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