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<p><strong><a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZtuUGTt1q8V5h-AfEuh_LgpPFSoWj-M-oozLj9CHjB4/edit?usp=sharing" rel="nofollow">LINK to google.doc with all the song lyrics combined</a></strong></p> <p><em>"Crisis Schmeisis: Songs to Inspire Scientific Transparency"</em> </p> <ol> <li>Replicaiton Crisis</li> <li>Go Forth & Replicate</li> <li>Preregistered</li> <li>Decision Heavyweights</li> <li>Ode 2 p-Hacking</li> <li>You Can't Plagiarize Yourself</li> <li>Becoming a Second Striger</li> <li>Open Science Alphabet</li> <li>Progress: OSI promotes DJS</li> <li>Scientific Transparency</li> <li>Encore: Stats 180</li> </ol> <p>Jon Grahe is the producer and manager until replaced. </p> <p>1st song is "Replication Crisis". Current Status- Edited Rough Draft. <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhA22Kts6bs" rel="nofollow">see youtube video</a> of unedited, acoustic performance</p> <p>2nd song "Go Forth and Replicate", Current Status- Edited Rough Draft [see <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ka-hf98psM" rel="nofollow">youtube video</a> of unedited, acoustic performance</p> <p>3rd song "Preregistered", Current Status -- Edited Rough Draft see <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSVuj9cBqns" rel="nofollow">youtube video</a> of unedited, acoustic performance</p> <p>4th song "Decision Heavyweights" -- This song has developed enough that I am ready to record a rough draft. maybe on the next videos.</p> <p>5th song "An Ode to P-hacking, Current Status -- in preparation.<strong><em>I will use this soup of sounds currently loaded to find my rhythm. it was musically p-hacked, and I will continue to do so until I find the melodic narrative. Currently stalled as I work on other songs.</em></strong> That's not how I wrote this song. I'll delete this in the final version to allow OSF to track "transparency" of this album. Be a major fan by knowing this soon to be hidden trivia about the phacking of this song.</p> <p>6th song "You Can't Plagiarize Yourself" -- From 2004, but fits the theme. Wow, it has now taken on a new meaning. However, please note, Nagate recorded this song on their <em>Paint It Blue" album</em>, released in 2005. see <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2n1p9j8keqM" rel="nofollow">youtube video</a> of unedited, acoustic performance from January 2018.</p> <p>7th song "Becoming a Second Stringer" -- helps explain why very high quality researchers might engage in Open Invitation, Open Science (Crowdsourcing Research). </p> <p>8th song "Open Science Alphabet" -- everyone needs to know their letters and how to read.</p> <p>9th Song. Progress: Open Science Initiatives Promote Diverse, Just, and Sustainable Outcomes -- in progress</p> <p>10th Song. Scientific Transparency -- all I have it the title and I know it will be the end of the album</p> <p>11th Song. All good shows need an Encore, "Stat180" -- recorded following a set of guidelines using student's multiple choice answers from a midterm, this song introduces all the critical concepts at 180 bpm, Originally recorded by Nagate on their <em>Heart Shines Though</em> album, released in 2006.</p> <p>If you are interested in becoming a musician on the <em>"Crisis Schmeisis: Songs to Inspire Scientific Transparency"</em> album, contact jon grahe at his PLU email address or add your contact information in a comment on this page.</p>
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