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**Introduction** --- This wiki accompanies the paper "Easing Into Open Science: A Tutorial for Graduate Students" (accepted for publication). The purpose of this tutorial is to provide a roadmap for how graduate students can begin to engage with open science practices. See below for a list of additional resources. --- Learn more about Open Science with an annotated reading list: [Cruwell and colleagues (2019)][1] or listening to [podcasts][2] --- **RESOURCES** --- --- **Journal club** 1. ReproducibiliTea initiative: 2. Open Science reading list: 3. Open Science Community Starter Kit: --- **Project workflow** 1. Video tutorial to create an OSF project: --- **Preprints** 1. Guide to submit to OSF preprints: 2. Ten simple rules for publishing a preprint: [Bourne and colleagues (2017)][3] 3. Preprint introduction: a. b. 4. Publisher copyright policies: 5. Licensing your work: 6. Managing preprints across the publication pipeline: 7. PsyArXiv FAQs: --- **Reproducible code** 1. Introduction to reproducible data analysis: 2. Using SPSS Syntax: a. b. 3. JASP YouTube channel: 4. Introduction to R: a. b. c. Getting Started With R When You Know Absolutely Nothing: 5. Data Skills for Reproducible Science in R: 6. R cheatsheets: 7. APA formatted tables in R: 8. Data visualization in R: --- **Data sharing** 1. Guide to share data on the OSF: 2. Data sharing introduction: 3. Practical tips for ethical data sharing: [Meyer (2018)][4] 4. Practical tips for data sharing | OSF, mybinder, data dictionaries and more! 5. Finding other repositories/data archive plateforms: 6. Example consent forms for data sharing: 7. Different ways to share research: [Klein and colleagues’ (2018)][5] 9. Open Research data and materials training: 9. Course in Reproducible Research Data & Project Management in R: 10. What is a codebook?: 11. Tutorial on how to use the codebook package: [Arslan (2019)][6] 12. Codebook in Excel: --- **Transparent writing** 1. Tutorial on writing a transparent manuscript: [Gernsbacher (2018)][7] --- **Preregistration** 1. Preregistration and Registered Report (more later) introduction: 2. Step by step guide: 3. Preregistration templates: 4. Video tutorial of how to register on the OSF: 5. Video lesson on preregistration: --- **Registered Reports** 1. List of journals accepting RRs: a. b. 2. Webinars ( a. RR Q&A Part 1 (November 4th, 2019): b. RR Q&A Part 2 (January 15th, 2020): c. RR Q&A Part 3 (May 14th, 2020): To register ( 3. How to write a RR: ( 4. An example IPA Stage 1 RR for a dissertation: 5. Checklist for RRs: a. b. [PDF Version][8] 6. Step by step guide on submitting a RR: --- *Please email Ummul Kathawalla at if you find issues with any of the links or would like to add an additional resource to the list.* [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: http://ttps:// [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]:
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