testRichard Hoffmann, Natalie Meyers & chelsea hoffmann
Statistical Models and Methods for Analyzing Eyewitness Identification DataKaren Kafadar, Chad Dodson, Brandon Garrett, Joanne Yaffe, Alice Liu & P. Fiander
Tools for Transparency in Ecology and Evolution (TTEE)Timothy Parker, Sara Bowman, Shinichi Nakagawa, Jessica Gurevitch, David Mellor, Rebecca Rosenblatt & Alexander DeHaven
This site offers tools that can be adopted by institutions to help promote transparency in ecology and evolution. At this point, these tools consist of checklist questions that journals can adopt to help authors comply with TOP (Transparency and Openness Promotion) guidelines and to help reviewers and editors assess that compliance.
EMOSE (2017) Inter-Comparison of Marine Plankton Metagenomic Analysis MethodsStephane Pesant, Ivo Grigorov, Francesca Malfatti, Catarina Magalhães, Alessandro Vezzi, Julie Poulain, Jed Fuhrman, Alex Mitchell, Paraskevi Polymenakou, Antonio Fernandez-Guerra, Pablo Sanchez, Fabio Vieira, Nicolas Henry, Grazia Quero, Bruno Fosso, Fabio De Pascale, Bryan Wilson, Anna Kubiszyn, Timotej Dermastia, Tinkara Tinta, Roberta Piredda, Chiara Lauritano, Ramiro Logares, Pierre Galand, Maria Tomasino … & Paul Nyhus
The scientific objective of the first Edition (2017) of EMOSE is to review methods in marine plankton metagenomic analysis, essentially comparing the different filtration, sequencing and analysis pipelines used by recent initiatives, i.e. Tara Oceans, Malaspina and the Ocean Sampling Day. Already published data from these projects will be complemented by a new set of data obtained from a comparative experiment of protocols used in the three initiatives. The bulk of the analyses will be...
Open, Public Goods Infrastructure for Research Management & Discovery IASSIST 2017Matthew Spitzer, Vicky Rampin & Cynthia Hudson Vitale
Presentations on open technical infrastructure that supports research reproducibility, open access mandates, and data management and sharing requirements. Panel on Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 4pm
Preservation of Corporate InformationJAYE LAPACHET
Considering preservation before there is a need for preservation may be the next wave of corporate interest. While corporate interests often have to do with keeping up with Jones Co, preservation, I hope, will not suffer the same fate as other fads. Preservation of corporate information has multiple challenges: legal, real estate, bottom-line and out of date equipment required to access superseded formats. It does, however, also offer an element of content management that can...
Container Strategies for Data and Software Preservation WorkshopMichael Hildreth, Natalie Meyers, Sandra Gesing, Richard Johnson, Elisabeth Long, Jaroslaw Nabrzyski, Douglas Thain, Mark Suhovecky, Vicky Rampin, Ian Taylor, Charles Vardeman, Alexander Vyushkov, Reid Boehm, daniel brake, Donald Brower, Lincoln Bryant, Ryan Chamberlain, Euan Cochrane, Anita de Waard, Mandy Havert, Lukas Heinrich, Kolin Hodgson, Cole Hudson, Greg Janée, Maciej Malawski … & Charles Williams
A workshop organized by the DASPOS project, to be held 19-20 May 2016.
MannerPathPriming - Testing generalization of event semantics across domainsMelissa Kline Struhl
Eyewitness Memory ExperimentsChad Dodson, Brandon Garrett, Karen Kafadar & Joanne Yaffe
Study 29: Replication of Dawson et al., 2011 (Nature)Xiaochuan Shan, Juan Fung, ALAN KOSAKA, Gwenn Danet-Desnoyers, Elizabeth Iorns, Alexandria Denis, Stephen Williams, Nicole Perfito & Timothy Errington
Replication of "Inhibition of BET recruitment to chromatin as an effective treatment for MLL-fusion leukaemia”. Includes information to prepare the replication experiments. Includes data, code, and digital materials from started, but incompleted replication experiments.
DPALMargaret Berta, Marya Lieberman, Laura Salazar, Bonnie Hall, Corbin Zea, Nicholas Myers, Martin St. Clair, Toni Barstis, Sarah Bliese, Stephen Mang & Rusty Speidel
Distributed Pharmaceutical Analysis Lab
Collaborative Replications and Education Project (CREP)Jon Grahe, Mark Brandt, Jordan Wagge, Nicole Legate, Bradford Wiggins, Cody Christopherson, Yanna Weisberg, Katherine Corker, Christopher Chartier, Marianne Fallon, Lea Hildebrandt, Michelle Hurst, Ljiljana Lazarevic, Carmel Levitan, Joseph McFall, Heidi McLaughlin, Adam Pazda, Hans IJzerman, Brian Nosek, Cong Peng, Hale Gervais, Kaylis Hase, Tayler Peck, Megan Raddatz, Tiana Wamba … & Holly France
CREP’s mission is to provide training, support, and professional growth opportunities for students and instructors completing replication projects, while also addressing the need for direct and direct+ replications of highly-cited studies in the field.
Study 41: Replication of Arthur et al., 2012 (Science)Kate Eaton, Ali Pirani, Evan Snitkin, Elizabeth Iorns, Rachel Tsui, Alexandria Denis, Nicole Perfito & Timothy Errington
Replication of "Intestinal inflammation targets cancer-inducing activity of the microbiota”. Includes information to prepare the replication experiments. Includes data, code, and digital materials from completed replication experiments.
OSF and FedoraRichard Johnson, Sayeed Choudhury, David Wilcox, Jeffrey Spies, Aaron Birkland & Elliot Metsger
Johns Hopkins University, the University of Notre Dame, Duraspace, and the Center for Open Science have collaborated to create an integration between the OSF and Fedora to bring preservation into the active research lifecycle.
Partial TruthsMelissa Kline Struhl, Laura Schulz & Edward Gibson
NGS2 Sample ProjectBrandon Thorpe & Courtney Soderberg
See the Wiki!
Center for Open Science: Response to ASAPbio RFA for a Preprint ServiceBrian Nosek, Melanie Benjamin, Sara Bowman, Michael Haselton, David Litherland, Natalie Meyers, Nicole Pfeiffer, Andrew Sallans, Rusty Speidel, Jeffrey Spies & Matthew Spitzer
The Center for Open Science (COS) and technical partners propose to extend its open infrastructure to support ASAPbio's call for a central service. COS's approach is community based and is accompanied by letters of support from 12 preprint services (e.g., arXiv, bioRxiv, SocArXiv), 15 data repositories (e.g., Dryad, Protein Data Bank, figshare), and 5 other stakeholders (e.g., HHMI, Health Research Alliance, GBSI).
Stimulus SetsMelissa Kline Struhl & Claire Pinson
Examples of stimulus sets for the to-be-named stimulus discovery database
Study 50: Replication of Castellarin et al., 2012 (Genome Research)John Repass, Elizabeth Iorns, Alexandria Denis, Stephen Williams, Nicole Perfito & Timothy Errington
Replication of "Fusobacterium nucleatum infection is prevalent in human colorectal carcinoma”. Includes information to prepare the replication experiments. Includes data, code, and digital materials from partially completed replication experiments.
Evidence Synthesis/Systematic Reviews of Eyewitness AccuracyJoanne Yaffe, Chad Dodson, Brandon Garrett, Karen Kafadar, P. Fiander, William Russell, Mary McFarland, Tallie Casucci, Chloe Preble, Steven Ganelin, Melissa Resnick, Ebony Miller & Donna Ziegenfuss
Reproducibility and the Open Science FrameworkNatalie Meyers
Reproducibility and the Open Science Framework presentation for DataONE User Group Meeting July 25, 2017 in Bloomington, Indiana.
Understanding and Improving Effectiveness of Eyewitness Identification ProceduresChad Dodson, Brandon Garrett, Karen Kafadar, Joanne Yaffe, P. Fiander, William Crozier & Karima Modjadidi
Jury Instructions and Eyewitness Confidence in the CourtroomBrandon Garrett, Chad Dodson, Karen Kafadar, Joanne Yaffe, Alice Liu, William Crozier & Karima Modjadidi
DataJordan Axt, Brian Nosek & Helen Nguyen
Open Science Framework InteroperabilityNatalie Meyers
An introductory talk at ESIP Summer Meeting 2017 on topic of Open Science Framework Interoperability to introduce the RMap Project