Berlin | Oxford Summer School on Open, Transparent, and Reproducible Research

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Preparations for Berlin Oxford summer school Please participate in this reproducible/open SURVEY PILOT (aimed at psychology, but all welcome!): https://asuclas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3yMMxvTjLuqN5kN (contact jackie.thompson@psy.ox.ac.uk with any questions) . Create an account on Open Science Framework if you don’t have one yet: https://osf.io/ Check whether there are any further instructions f...

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  • Lectures


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  • Workshop 1: Statistics refresher


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  • Workshop 2: Reproducible Workflows


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  • Reading List

    Some essential papers

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  • Workshop 10: How to make your data FAIR

    Google now also finds datasets – but will it find yours? How can you share your data in such a way that it will be useful to you and others in the fut...

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  • Lecture: Open Access

    Lecture "How Publishing Works: Open Access as Part of Open Science" by Christina Riesenweber of Freie Universität Berlin.

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