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OPEN SCIENCE DAY

1. July GENEVA  - Room MR070, Unimail

2. July ZURICH   - Room AND 4.06, Oerlikon

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CEO and Founder of JASP

University of Amsterdam, NL

Prof. E. J. Wagenmakers

Doing Bayesian Stats with JASP

9:00 - 12:00

JASP is a free software with an intuitive interface that provides tools to do Bayesian and Frequentist (Null-Hypothesis Testing) analyses. It allows one to do statistical analysis, create APA-formatted tables and figures, and to save the analysis scripts to ensure reproducible analyses.

 

In this 3-hour workshop, Prof. Wagenmakers (Founder of JASP) will cover the basics of how to do Bayesian analysis using JASP.

Please bring a laptop to the workshop with JASP installed: https://jasp-stats.org/download/

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Research associate

University of Bristol, UK

Dr. Jackie Thompson

Preregistration:

Why and How?

13:00 - 16:00

A preregistration is a plan for your research project, stating (at the minimum) the research question(s), predictions, method, sample size, and data analysis procedure.

In this 3-hour workshop, Dr. Jackie Thompson will guide you on the WHYs and HOWs of doing a preregistration.

Please create an account in the Open Science Framework (https://osf.io/), bring a laptop, and the general idea for your first preregistration!

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GENEVA:

Yoann Stussi (post-doc UNIGE)

Michael Dayan (Campus Biotech)

Jean-Blaise Claivaz & Floriane Muller, 

(UNIGE, bibliothèque)

Caroline Castel (member Ethics Committee FPSE)

ZURICH:

Eva-Marie Lang (Hauptbibliothek)

Klaus Oberauer (Ethics Committee)

Alessandra Souza (post-doc UZH)

Local Invitees

Open Data & Materials: How?

16:30 - 18:30

Sharing data and materials are two cornerstones of reproducibility in science.It is also a way to increase the impact of your study. Researchers, however, still struggle with the best practices to make data and materials available, and the ethical issues surrounding data sharing.

In this 2-hour workshop, researchers and representatives of ethics committees will discuss issues around sharing data and materials.

Bring your list of questions and let us know about the issues on your field of research. 

 

Registration is now closed

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