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**Accessing Content for SIPS Workshops** --------- [How to Promote Transparency and Replicability as a Reviewer][1] (Stephen Lindsay and Roger Giner-Sorolla) --------- [Writing papers to be transparent, reproducible, and fabulous][2] (Bobbie Spellman & Simine Vazire) --------- [Intro to Single Paper Meta-Analysis][3] (Courtney Soderberg) --------- [Fundamentals of Rmarkdown](https://github.com/libscie/rmarkdown-workshop) (Chris Hartgerink and Mike Frank) --------- [IRBs and Best Practices for Data Sharing](https://osf.io/9d5hr/) (Rick Gilmore & and Gustav Nilsonne) --------- [Preparing and Curating Data for Sharing](https://osf.io/p7zv3) (Simon Podhajsky and David Condon) --------- [Fundamentals of R](https://osf.io/a2x7j/) (Elizabeth Page-Gould and Alex Danvers) [Sample Size and Effect Size Workshop](https://osf.io/ha4q8/) (Daniel Lakens and Jeremy Biesanz) --------- [Getting Started with Preregistration](https://osf.io/fkt8e/) (Charlie Ebersole, Hans IJzerman, Mike Wagner, & Randy McCarthy) [1]: https://osf.io/xwsyt/ [2]: https://osf.io/693ad/ [3]: https://osf.io/nmdtq/
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