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Replication & Reproducibility 2014: The best stories

replication_head_smIn 2014, the debate on replication and reproducibility in the social sciences moved towards pre-registration, new guidelines for replication studies, but also increasing criticism of replicators.
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Most read pieces on reproducibility in 2014

Replication 2014
To recap the reproducibility discussions on this blog in the last 12 months I checked what readers clicked on most. Here are the three top pieces on the Political Science Replication blog in 2014.
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Best of replication & data sharing: Collection 6 (April 2014)

bestofThese are the best debates and pieces I came across in the first quarter of 2014 on replication, reproducibility & data transparency. Collection #6 (April 2014).
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Best of replication & data sharing: Collection 5 (Nov 2013)

bestofThese are the best pieces I came across in the last month on replication, reproducibility & data sharing. Collection #5 (Nov 2013).
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Best of replication & data sharing: Collection 4 (Oct 2013)

bestofThese are the best pieces I came across in the last month on replication, reproducibility & data sharing. With the Economist and the LA times reporting on reproducibility, everyone talks about the topic. Collection #4 (October 2013).
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Best of replication & data sharing Collection 3

bestofThese are the best pieces I came across in the last months on replication, reproducibility & data sharing. While not strictly on political science, they are inspiring and reflect how other fields deal with the lack of reproducibility. Collection #3 (August/September 2013).
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Best of replication & data sharing Collection 2

bestofThese are the best pieces I came across in the last months on replication, reproducibility & data sharing. While not strictly on political science, they are inspiring and worth discussing. Collection #2 (5 March, 2013 – May 27, 2013).
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