Day of Data 2021: Creating Reproducible Research at Cornell
From Henrik Spoon
Research reproducibility is the idea that the results of a study or experiment should be able to be achieved again if using the same data, and analysis/computational protocols. There are many actions that can be taken throughout the research process to make your work reproducible, from pre-registering your study design and employing good data management practices, to documenting your processing and analysis steps in a transparent and understandable way, to ensuring your data and code are independently understood by others, to making data available in a way that is findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. This panel will bring together representatives of a few services available at Cornell University to support these efforts. Panelists will discuss briefly their service, and how it fits into the practice of creating better, reproducible research. Speakers will include: Wendy Kozlowski, Data Curation Specialist at the Cornell University Library, speaking about preregistration, the OSF and related management practices, Florio Arguillas, Research Associate at the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research, speaking about the Results Reproduction service, Erika Mudrak from the Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit speaking about ethical issues in data analysis, and Lars Vilhuber, Executive Director, Labor Dynamics Institute and Senior Research Associate in the Department of Economics and the ILR school, speaking about data curation practices employed at the time of research publication.
OSF Meeting site where slides are posted: https://osf.io/meetings/CDOD21/