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Registered Reports are a publication format that prevents the publication bias of negative results and questionable research practises (such as low statistical power and selective reporting of results). In this session we’ll discuss if this format can be applied to your research and how you can get started. Also, this OSCoffee features two use-cases, by OSCU members Jonas Wachner and Anita Eerland, who will share their experience with Registered Reports. You can find more information on Registered Reports [here][1]. The presentation of this Open Science Coffee session can be found [here][2]. [1]: [2]:
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