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Open Science Coffee: Developing tools and practices to promote open and efficient science

Thursday 17 February 2022
An open OSCoffee for anyone to join!


Developing tools and practices to promote open and efficient science

In this talk, we’ll introduce some new tools that aim to improve the efficiency of researchers’ work and the accumulation of knowledge. By increasing efficiency, we aim to minimize the workload of researchers and help the adoption of new research practices. The presented tools are the following: (1) Tenzing, a web app to simplify the CRediT-based documentation and reporting of contributions to scholarly articles; (2) SampleSizePlanner, a web app and R package that offer nine different methods to determine and justify the sample size of a study design; and (3) the Multi-analyst guidance, a consensus-based guide for conducting and documenting multi-analyst studies..


To join this meeting you can do two things:
1. For Leiden affiliated: Join the OSCL Teams, and navigate to the 'Open Science Coffee Leiden' channel; there you can join the live meeting. You can then also check-out the rest of the OSCL channels and interesting discussions of members. If you also become a member of OSCL, you can opt in to receive our newsletter and other interesting updates, and you will get a member profile, so other members can find you and see your interests in Open Science
2. Directly join the meeting on February 17th from 14:00 by clicking this link.

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