ReproducibiliTea is a global network of journal clubs that meet to discuss issues, papers, and ideas about improving science, including reproducibility, open science, meta-research, philosophy of science, and research methods. More info on ReproducibiliTea here: https://reproducibilitea.org/.
Journal clubs will run on the last Thursday of every month at 4pm on Zoom. To make these meetings really accessible we’ve opted to set them up for half an hour (with the option to stick around for the full hour for those who are keen).
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Presentation led by: Alex Holcombe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Preregistration is old hat for some fields, but new to others. Why is it important and how should you do it? This workshop will begin by laying out how preregistration fits into the scientific ecosystem and describe its benefits as well as some pain points. Then we will address a few case studies and possibly do a mock preregistration based on your own project. This will open things up for discussion and the sharing of experiences.
How reporting guidelines help efficient and accurate writing of research papers
Online workshop: 24 October 2022
Presentations from this workshop:
Writing research papers - Professor Paul Glasziou AO
Reporting in systematic reviews - Professor Tammy Hoffmann OAM
Providing constructive peer review - Professor Ginny Barbour
28-30 November 2022
AIMOS2022 will be an in-person conference, with support to attend all sessions virtually.
This year’s conference will include plenary lectures on large metascience projects, including Many Analysts, Eco Evo, and the SCORE program. In addition to invited speaker sessions, we will soon open submissions for hackathons, discussions, lightning talks, and working papers.
9th International Congress on Peer Review and Scientific Publication
September 8-10, 2022