Workshop: Open Data and Reproducibility
Workshop by Eva Furrer and Rachel Heyard
In the reproducibility workshop we will revisit the steps of the cycle discussed in the lecture while reproducing and replicating an example paper from the Social Sciences (Gneezy et al. 2014). We will analyse how open, reproducible and replicable the underlying study indeed was.
Participants will use R/Rstudio in the workshop, prior knowledge of R is an advantage but not necessary. It is useful to pre-install the software before the workshop, help in doing so can be provided if necessary on the day of the workshop.
Dr. Eva FurrerCenter for Reproducible Science at UZH
Eva Furrer is the managing director of the Center for Reproducible Science (CRS) at the University of Zurich. Furthermore, Furrer is a scientific staff member at the Epistemiology, Biostatistics and Prevention Institute. She specializes in statistics, reproducibility, and Open Science.
Dr. Rachel Heyard
Rachel Heyard is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Reproducible Science at the University of Zurich.