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# Reproducible Experimental Research in Qualtrics Qualtrics is a survey tool available to all University of Minnesota researchers, and can be used to support surveys as well as behavioral and experimental research. This workshop will teach participants how to develop online experiments using this tool, including how to randomize participants to conditions, customize participant paths based on responses, and embed multimedia stimuli. We will also cover best practices on using this tool reproducibly, including how to capture important metadata, prepare data for analysis, and integrate Qualtrics with other online tools, such as Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. This workshop is targeted toward UMN researchers who have some experience with Qualtrics and plan to conduct quasi-experimental or experimental research. February 2018
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