Hosted by the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS), a leading organization in replication, this four-part fall seminar includes monthly presentations on a variety of topics in replication. The seminar focuses on tools and practices researchers can use, and is entirely free and open to the public. Presentations will also be available later on the BITSS Youtube Chanel.
Richard Ball (Project TIER), Fernando Hoces de la Guardia (BITSS), and Abel Brodeur (I4R) will be presenting on Oct 4, 9 – 10:30 am PT: The Life Cycle of a Reproduction: from Ex Ante Documentation to Ex Post Reproduction and Beyond. Register Here