ReproducibiliTea

The aims of the ReproducibiliTea initiative are to:

  1. increase awareness, knowledge and skills for open and reproducible science
  2. build an open science community, to help, learn from and support each other in our open science endeavors;
  3. assist in making regular (small) steps towards open & reproducible science.

The idea is to have regular meetings on any reproducibility related topic, from discussing bias in the literature, a work-session on preprints/preregistrations or a workshop on r-markdown or GitHub. What the contents will be exactly is to be decided by us all and will change from meeting to meeting. For a bit more background on the concept, including suggested reading materials see the official ReproducibiliTea OSF and the ReproducibiliTea Groningen OSF pages.

Previous Events (incomplete list, see also reproducibilitea.org/calendar)

Date LocationTimeRoomTopicComments
2021-4-22Online14:00-15:00Google MeetWhy use Academic Twitter (or not)?https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007513
2021-4-8Online11:00 – 12:00Google MeetTheory crisis in psychology. Special guests Laura Bringmann and Markus Eronenhttps://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1745691620970586
2021-3-25Online14:00-15:00Google MeetTransparency Audits for Science, good or bad?https://etiennelebel.com/cs/t-leaderboard/t-leaderboard.html
2021-3-11Online11:00 – 12:00Google MeetHypothesis Testinghttps://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1745691620966795
2021-02-25Online14:00 – 15:00Google MeetTowards a responsible research climate: Tamarinde Havenhttps://research.vu.nl/en/publications/towards-a-responsible-research-climate-findings-from-academic-res
2021-02-11Online11:00 – 12:00Google MeetReflexivity as an Open Science Toolhttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13194-020-00324-7
2021-01-28Online14:00 – 15:00Google MeetDoes Open Science make you leave academia?Reflections on my PhD and building sustainable science | by Chris Hartgerink | Medium
2021-01-14Online11:00 – 12:00Google MeetWhat would you do to improve open science (if you had 50.000 euros)?for background visit
2020-12-17Online14:00 – 15:00What is worth replicating?Isager et al. (2020)
2020 – 12-3Online11:00 – 12:00Open Access: worth the expense?https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-020-03324-y
2020-11-19Online11:00 – 12:00Google MeetOpen Science and non-ECRsKowalczyk et al. (2020)
2020-11-05Online11:00 – 12:00Google MeetA sceptical view on Open ScienceMirowski (2018): The future(s) of open science
2020-03-05@UMCG*14:00 – 15.00K1.25Replicats: judging the replicability of published claimsMake an account on Replicats.
2020-02-27@BSS**11:00 – 12:00H.431Understanding open Science (Where to start?) Munafò et al. (2017)

*@UMCG: Triadebuilding, entrance 24

**@BSS: Heymans building, Grote Kruisstraat 2/1

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