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<p>This component contains scripts which can be used to reproduce the analyses and figures reported in the main manuscript.</p> <p>The scripts are written in Rmarkdown - analyses are implemented in the programming language R and interspersed with plain text explanations at each stage.</p> <p>The easiest way to view the scripts is to download the html files and open them in your web browser. If you are an R user, you can download the .Rmd files that underlie the html files and run the code yourself in R.</p> <p>These files refer to the direct replications:</p> <ul> <li>reproducibleAnalysis1234.Html</li> <li>reproducibleAnalysis1234.Rmd</li> </ul> <p>And these files refer to the conceptual replications:</p> <ul> <li>reproducibleAnalysis567.Html</li> <li>reproducibleAnalysis567.Rmd</li> </ul> <p>You will also need to download the relevant data files from the data component. datasetS1.csv is to be used with reproducibleAnalysis1234.Rmd and datasetS2.csv is to be used with reproducibleAnalysis567.Rmd</p>
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