The Reproducibility Discussion Groups will be meeting online via Zoom this Spring.
For Zoom meeting links, please contact [email protected]
Multiple, satellite discussion groups on different facets of reproducibility will occur across campus over the next three years (Fall 2019-Spring 2022). These will be facilitated by different faculty, postdocs, and graduate students in distinct disciplinary configurations. Each group will meet ~4-6 times during the semester. Click on the links below to discover what discussion groups are currently meeting and what they are reading together.
Meetings will be on Friday afternoons (approximately every other week) from 1:30-3:00 pm. The meetings will begin the semester online via Zoom. If circumstances allow, we may change to a hybrid option later in the semester.
For zoom link to meeting contact [email protected]
For more information contact Alan Love
January 21: Meehl, P.E. 1997. The problem is epistemology, not statistics: replace significance tests by confidence intervals and quantify accuracy of risky numerical predictions. In: What If There Were No Significance Tests?, edited by L.L. Harlow, S.A. Mulaik, and J.H. Steiger. Mahwah, NJ : Erlbaum. pp. 393–425. (pdf)
|March 4: No meeting|
|March 11: No meeting Spring Break|