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Yale psychology lab retracts papers after failed self-replication

The Retraction Watch blog just published a story of a “scientist doing the right thing at significant professional cost”: Yale’s Laurie Santos could not replicate her own papers, and decided to request a retraction by the journals.
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Science deserves better

In a new paper, Allan Dafoe (Yale University), examines the availability of replication data in top political science journals – and comes to mixed conclusions.
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Quality checks in data repositories – how feasible?

I recently posted a list of data repositories that facilitate reproducibility. I now came across a specialized data archive at Yale. This one seems different: it aims at verifying code and data that are submitted. Is such quality control feasible?
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