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Practicum in Reproducible Research Methods

Dates:
  • Tue 19 Jan 2021 15.00 - 17.00
  Add to Calendar 2021-01-19 15:00 2021-01-19 17:00 Europe/Paris Practicum in Reproducible Research Methods

This course provides students the opportunity to experience the full arc of a complex, collaborative, transparent and reproducible research project. Its goal is to prepare you to produce research that meets the highest scholarly standards. The steps we walk include how to think up a problem worth studying, how to identity and sign on collaborators, how to design a study, write a pre-analysis plan and pre-register your pre-analysis plan, how to gain funding as well as ethical and data management approval for a study, how to collect and analyze data, how to forecast the results of a study, and how to write up, publicize, and post results, data, and a codebook. These steps are required in social science research whether your work involves qualitative and/or quantitive original materials and regardless of whether you use observational, experimental or mixed types of data. If you study a problem that requires you collect and analyze empirical information, this course will provide guidance for how to do so in transparent, reproducible, and ethical ways. 

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This course provides students the opportunity to experience the full arc of a complex, collaborative, transparent and reproducible research project. Its goal is to prepare you to produce research that meets the highest scholarly standards. The steps we walk include how to think up a problem worth studying, how to identity and sign on collaborators, how to design a study, write a pre-analysis plan and pre-register your pre-analysis plan, how to gain funding as well as ethical and data management approval for a study, how to collect and analyze data, how to forecast the results of a study, and how to write up, publicize, and post results, data, and a codebook. These steps are required in social science research whether your work involves qualitative and/or quantitive original materials and regardless of whether you use observational, experimental or mixed types of data. If you study a problem that requires you collect and analyze empirical information, this course will provide guidance for how to do so in transparent, reproducible, and ethical ways. 


Location:
via zoom -

Affiliation:
Department of Political and Social Sciences

Type:
Seminar

Contact:
Monika Rzemieniecka (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Miriam Golden (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)

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