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Open Research Transparency workshop
New tools and practices to promote open and efficient science

Currently, innovative ideas are abundant in science, yet we are still short of practical tools to implement these ideas in everyday practice. A tool is practical if it can achieve its aim without requiring too much or no extra effort from the user. The consideration of user experience, efficiency, and user-friendliness is still weak in the development of scientific tools. In this workshop, three early career researchers will present their innovations that aim to improve scientific practice in an efficient way and we invite the audience to a discussion to formalise our thinking about the development of new tools.

Programme (times GMT+1 / BST)

10:00 - Welcome

10:10 - Marton Kovacs  (ELTE, Hungary) - Documenting contributorship: Tenzing

10:30 - Angelika Stefan (University of Amsterdam) - An R package for Bayesian sample size specification

10:50 - Alexandra Sarafoglou (University of Amsterdam), Balazs Aczel (ELTE, Hungary) - Transparency Checklist

11:10 - Panel discussion and Q&A with the speakers - Chair: Marcus Munafò

11:40 - End

Apr 29, 2021 10:00 AM in London

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