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Sharing of qualitative data is possible, but the “volume of information is gigantic”, says Todd Landman

In the second part of our interview, political scientist Todd Landman (University of Essex) talks about how replication can be used in statistics training, how he administers his own data, why he is skeptical of replication as a dissertation, and how data sharing can work for qualitative researchers. (Read part I of the interview here)
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Human rights scholar Todd Landman on replication: “Be as public as you possibly can”

hr-headPolitical scientist Todd Landman (University of Essex) talks about data sharing ethos in the quantitative human rights field. In our interview he proposes that all journals should have a data depository, and explains how replication can improve methods and estimation techniques.
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