Reporting for Reproducibility: Best practices for reporting methods and results

Presented by

William Irish, Dana Turner, Benjamin Hofner, William G. Jacoby, Rachel Zawada

About this talk

Reproducibility is one of the pillars of the entire scientific method, a benchmark upon which the reliability of one’s research can be tested. Yet many authors struggle with the proper reporting of their statistical methods, leading to revision and often rejection. Our team of experts will provide recommendations, best practices, and real-life examples for presenting research that is transparent, robust, and most importantly, reproducible. Speakers and topics will include: • William Irish, PhD, MSc, Vice President, CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services, Raleigh, NC “Reporting of Statistical Methods and Results: Importance of Good Communication” • Dana Turner, Design and Methods Advisor, Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain “Best Practices for Reporting Methods and Statistics & Ways to Avoid Common Pitfalls” • Benjamin Hofner, Reproducible Research Editor, Biometrical Journal; FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg “Reproducible Research - A Review and Recommendations” • William G. Jacoby, Editor, American Journal of Political Science; Professor, Michigan State University “The Replication Policy at the American Journal of Political Science: Experiences during the First Six Months”

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