Open Science Coffee: Non-replication pathways
- Thursday 14 April 2022
- An open OSCoffee for anyone to join!
Many researchers have experienced or heard about studies failing to replicate. In this OSCoffee, Ralph Rippe will share his experiences with replication throughout the years. More often than once has he asked himself why a seemingly strong result from a single study does not replicate in an(y)other study. Or even worse, how it can be that alternate takes on the same question or data within a study or paper do not even produce a similar result.
Through examples we explore pathways leading to non-replication, such as through methods, results and transferability. These examples will start the discussion and help guide researchers in dealing with non-replication. Participants are encouraged to ‘bring’ their own experiences with failures to replicate into the discussion.
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