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Replication & Reproducibility 2013: The best stories

replication_head_smWhen I started the Political Science Replication blog in early 2013, I mainly wanted to channel my frustration of authors not sharing their data into a blog. 12 months later, the debate on replication and reproducibility in the social sciences has moved towards a strong push for openness and transparency. Here are the best stories of 2013, including #overlyhonestmethods, Reinhart-Rogoff, and the replication initiatives in Psychology and Cancer research.
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Rejected from journal because it’s a replication?

This is a case from psycholinguistics, but it’s interesting for the political science replication debate as well. The journal Applied Psycholinguistics rejected a re-analysis of a paper after a 20-month review process. The original paper was published in the same journal.
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