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For any questions about the talks and workshops, please contact []( 2021 === After a longer break, the OSIP is back in action and will provide new workshops in 2021! 2018 === - 23.2.2018, **Maintaining privacy with open data** (Workshop with Ruben Arslan) 2017 === - 11.9.2017, [**Curate Science - Estimating the Trustworthiness of Empirical Research by Quantifying its Transparency**]( (Talk by Etienne LeBel) - 15.5.2017, **Preregistration Master Class** (Workshop with Chris Chambers) - 17.5.2017, **Examining Psychological Science through Systematic Meta-Method Analysis: A Call for Research** (Talk by Malte Elson) - 18.-19.5.2017: **Practical Recommendations to Increase the Informational Value of Studies** (Workshop with Daniel Lakens) 2016 === - 29.11.2016, **Preregistration Workshop** (Felix Schönbrodt, Anne Scheel & Clemens Stachl) - 26.10.2016, **Our Digital Stoneage: Why canceling subscriptions may just yet save scholarship** (Björn Brembs) - 29.6.2016, **Advanced Power Analysis** (Felix Schönbrodt & Stella Bollmann) - 10.-11.3.2016, **Do's and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis** (Felix Schönbrodt, organized by the DGPs) - 29.2.2016, **How replicable is psychological research? A Bayesian reanalysis of the Reproducibility Project : Psychology** (Alex Etz) - 19.1.2016, **An introduction to Bayes factors and sequential testing** (Felix Schönbrodt) 2015 === - Dec 2015, **How to detect publication bias and p-hacking: An introduction to p-curve, R-Index, and meta-regression.** (Felix Schönbrodt, Johannes Albert-von der Gönna, Moritz Heene) - Nov 2015, **Introducing Curate Science (** (Etienne LeBel) - Nov 2015, **Differentiating among possible truths: A workshop on pragmatic statistics and transparent research practices** (Daniel Lakens) - Sep 2015, **JASP - A Fresh Way to Do Statistics** (Jonathon Love)
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