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The 'reproducibility crisis' has illustrated deep-seated problems with the way research is conducted. In this day of seminars and networking we focus on practical ways to make research more reproducible. Join us in turning the reproducibility crisis into a reproducibility opportunity.


Why is Reproducibility Important?

Understanding the issue of reproducibility

Marcus Munafò (University of Bristol)


Power and Data Simulation

Key concepts of power and p-hacking, and the power of simulation for combating both

Dorothy Bishop (University of Oxford)


Registered Reports

Introducing registered reports as a solution for improving scientific endeavour

Chris Chambers (Cardiff University)


Experimental Design

Relating the research question to the design, and then executing well

Stanley Lazic (AstraZeneca)


Reproducible Workflows

Introducing tools needed for working reproducibly throughout the research process

Laura Fortunato (University of Oxford)


Reproducibility Rocks

Why reproducible science is the future

Lisa DeBruine (University of Glasgow)


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