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Help Researchers Find Existing Data Psychologists are not using large, existing, free data to its potential. We don't know what exists, what it contains, or how to use it without a huge investment. I became particularly frustrated watching students stress about the results of year-long theses with low N and very low inference value. After our #SIPS2019 hackathon, we now have a list of 100 free, large datasets not including repositories, and there's some metadata about what they contain and how easy they are to use. Please consider contributing to this resource by editing the sheet directly. LATEST VERSION: More info and list of contributors:
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