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**ODCS: Conducting Reproducible Research in Qualtrics** Well documented experiments and data are the foundations for reproducible research. This workshop will focus on methods reproducibility within Qualtrics - specifically, what things to document and capture to ensure that others(and futre you!) could repeat the same study. We will also focus on best practices in Qualtrics to help you ensure data integrity and to make your data management and analysis processes more efficient. No matter if you are new to Qualtrics or a long-time user, this workshop will benefit any Qualtrics user who is interested in: - best practices for conducting reproducible research within Qualtrics - tips to improve their Qualtrics data management process - how to make Qualtrics data exports more understandable/human-readable - Best practices for sharing and archiving their Qualtrics survey information This session is designed to be 1h 30min, with 30 additional minutes for general questions at the end. It will be half webinar, half interactive workshop. **To be successful, you should have:** - Basic experience with Qualtrics--either through your own research or by taking our "Introduction to Qualtrics" Canvas module
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